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Written by Adam Miller
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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Written by Adam Miller
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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Written by Adam Miller
The Top Liability Issues For Restaurants, Part One

Texas has long been home to some of the most dynamic restaurants and top dining experiences in the nation, offering customers bold flavors, inventive techniques, and stunning plates. Because of our state's stable economy, growing population, and business-friendly environment, restaurateurs continue to flock to Texas to begin their own dining establishments. While owning a restaurant can be exciting and highly rewarding, it can also come with a host of issues and liability risks for owners.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Ways To Make Your Business A Safer Place To Work

Over the last few decades, businesses have become much safer for employees thanks to government regulations regarding workplace safety and employee protections. However, not all businesses are as safe as they could be, and some still pose safety hazards for their employees, especially in busy working environments or worksites where dangerous materials are handled. In today's blog post, we look at three specific ways to make businesses a safer place for employees.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Keep Thieves From Targeting Your Business

Businesses are targeted by criminals for a variety of reasons, such as the higher value of assets inside, poor security measures in place, and the fact that most businesses are empty during the evening hours. A single act of business theft or burglary can cost companies thousands of dollars, not to mention the loss of security and peace of mind for business owners, employees, and customers. In today's blog post, we highlight three specific ways owners and management can keep thieves from targeting their business.

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Written by Adam Miller
Minimize Hurricane Damage To Your Business With These Simple Steps

The 2016 hurricane season is officially underway, and with it comes the unease of knowing the Gulf Coast could take a direct hit from a hurricane or other serious tropical storm. Although hurricane preparation is often directed towards individuals and families, businesses should also take time to prepare for a hurricane to protect against severe losses and minimize commercial property damage.

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Written by Adam Miller
Why Location Is So Important For Small Businesses

A business owner can develop the best products, construct the most stunning business space, hire the best employees, and create a rock-solid business plan, but the business will still struggle mightily if the business has picked a terrible location. Picking the right location for a business is so crucial because of the variety of factors it impacts, including customer and vendor access, employee safety, natural disasters, and building functionality.

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Written by Adam Miller
Commercial Fire Damage: How To Best Protect Your Business From Fire

During the summer months, businesses near the Gulf Coast have an added concern about property damages caused by hurricane, tropical storms, flash flooding, and windstorms and tornadoes. However, most businesses are ill prepared for one of the most common and costliest types of commercial property damage, which is fire. The average cost of a fire to a small business is over $35,000, which many small businesses would be unable to pay for out of pocket.

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Written by Adam Miller
Commercial Fire Damage: Could Your Business Survive A Fire?

During the summer, businesses have an increased concern about damages from hurricanes, severe thunderstorms, flash floods, and even windstorms and tornadoes. However, most businesses forget about one of the more common causes of commercial property damage, which is fire. Fires rank in the top five of the most common and the costliest types of commercial property claims. In part one of our series on businesses surviving a fire, we look at exactly how companies can be impacted by fire.

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