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Four Ways Companies Put Employees At Risk

There is not a job in existence that does not come with some level of risk. Whether a job is indoors or outside, at a desk or behind the wheel, at an entry-level position or in corporate management, workplace accidents can occur. However, some companies do a much worse job than others at mitigating risks and protecting employees from personal injury and harm. In today's blog post, we will look at four ways businesses put their employees at risk for workplace accidents, and what companies can do to reduce risks and keep employees safe.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Types of Commercial Insurance That Protect Against Property Damage

Creating and running a successful business is a combination of a great idea, hard work, good employees, and the business property and assets needed for daily operations. However, it's important to protect businesses with quality commercial insurance in the event a catastrophe occurs. A closure of any length of time can spell disaster for companies, especially if the business suffers property damage and needs time to replace valuable and business-critical equipment.

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Commercial Property Claims: Common Causes and How To Avoid Them

Nearly half of all small businesses are likely to experience a commercial property claim in their lifetime, with damages ranging from minor to catastrophic. Without the right kind of insurance protection, commercial property damage can be financially devastating, leading to the loss of customers and revenue and in some cases, total business closure. In today's blog post, we look at the three most common causes of commercial property claims, and what companies can do to avoid them to ensure their long-term survival.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Three Biggest Risks Of Using Drones For Your Business

One of the biggest innovations to impact the business world in the last few years has been the use of drones for commercial use. Drones are used in industries across the world, including farming, manufacturing, art, real estate, construction, retail, and everything in between. While they provide incredible and unique perspectives for businesses and their customers, the commercial use of drones comes with substantial risk for property owners.

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What Businesses Can Learn From A Year-End Review

As 2016 comes to a close, many businesses begin planning out strategies for the new year to increase revenue, win customers, improve efficiency, and lower costs. However, many companies miss out on important growth opportunities because they fail to perform a thorough year-end review. A year-end review can help identify successes, failures, and areas of improvement from the past year, all of which can help put businesses in a better position to thrive in the new year.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Prepare Your Business From Windstorm Damage

Winter weather in the Gulf Coast region is typically milder than in the rest of the country, but Texas often experiences high winds and strong gusts as cold fronts approach our area. Sometimes these strong winds cause little to no property damage, while other times a freak windstorm can topple trees, down power lines, and cause extensive damage to businesses, retail centers, restaurants, and office complexes.

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Written by Adam Miller
Why A Property Inventory Is Essential For Homes and Businesses

Disasters can strike at any time and their unpredictability, combined with the damages they cause, leads to major issues for homeowners, renters, and businesses. Although catastrophic events can never be fully prevented, there are proactive measures that can be taken to reduce damages and expedite recovery times. One prime example is having a property inventory for personal or commercial assets.

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Five Bad Safety Risks Companies Should Avoid

Employees should expect to feel safe and protected while on the job, but unfortunately worksite accidents and injuries are still far too common in the U.S. Each year, over 3 million workers are injured in some form while at work, whether because of falls, overexertion, electrocutions, being struck by objects, or other causes.

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Three Common Misconceptions of Business Insurance

When it comes to starting a new business, there are a variety of misconceptions and incorrect theories regarding how best to begin and successfully operate a business. Some business owners might believe that location doesn't really matter, that quality isn't an important issue for customers, and that most business insurance isn't really necessary. In reality, location is a critical issue for new businesses, most customers insist on high quality, and business insurance is always necessary to have, especially for companies with higher risks and liability issues.

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The Top Liability Issues For Restaurants, Part Two

Texas is home to thousands of award-winning restaurants, including high-end luxury dining rooms, casual BBQ joints serving food on butcher paper, quaint bistros and cafes, and bustling family restaurants. Regardless of the type, size, and cuisine of a restaurant, there are universal liability issues that exist for all restaurant owners.

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