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Is My Current Business Insurance Coverage Enough?

The needs of a business can change dramatically as the business grows, adds services, and makes improvements. Over time, these changes can impact a company's liability risk and commercial insurance coverage. Unfortunately, some business owners do not realize that some company changes warrant the need for updating coverage amounts and policy protections. In today's blog post, we look at three common changes that make updating commercial coverage necessary.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Reduce Liability At Company Functions This Holiday Season

During the holiday season, business owners often plan team-building exercises and company functions to celebrate the company’s successes, reward hardworking employees, or serve the local community as a team.  However, sometimes company functions can get out of hand when employees celebrate a little too much, or they are injured while participating in an event, creating a potential Workers Compensation issue.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Three Biggest Risks Companies Face On Halloween

With Halloween less than a month away, many businesses have begun planning out their Halloween festivities and parties, whether for employees or customers. Activities might range from simple costume or pumpkin decorating contests to full-blown parties with alcohol, live music, and spooky events and games. Although Halloween can be a great opportunity for companies to attract new customers, or provide a fun event for employees, there are some risks with Halloween parties and activities that can pose liability threats.

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How Retail Shops Can Minimize Business Risks

Houston continues to develop new commercial, office, and residential properties at an astounding rate, far surpassing economic growth in other areas of the country. Our city's robust economy allows many individuals to take a leap of faith and become small business owners. However, owning a small business such as retail shop comes with both high rewards and high risk. Thankfully, there are proactive steps retail shop owners can take to minimize risk and protect their business.

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Written by Adam Miller
When Should I Update My Business Insurance Coverage?

As businesses change and expand, so should business insurance coverage. After all, the commercial coverage needs of a brand-new business are very different than insurance needs after several years in operation. Having the right type and amount of commercial coverage ensures that businesses and owners have the financial protection in place to recover quickly if disaster strikes. In today's blog post, we'll look at three key examples of when business insurance coverage should be updated and increased due to changes in the company.

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The Risks of Allowing Pets At Work

Businesses are often looking for new ways to boost morale and reduce stress in the workplace. A new trend among small businesses is to allow employees to occasionally bring their pets to work with them. Although this option is growing in popularity, the decision to allow pets to enter the workplace does come with some serious liability risks for businesses of all sizes. In today's blog post, we'll look at the risks of allowing employees to bring their pets to the office or worksite.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Does Location Impact My Business Risk?

One of the first questions any business owner is asked when researching commercial insurance options is where the business is located. While there are a number of factors that impact a business's risk, location is one of the most influential when it comes to premium rates, coverage options, endorsements, and exclusions. There is no such thing as the perfect location for a business, but understanding and thoroughly researching a location before establishing a business can significantly reduce potential risk.

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Written by Adam Miller
Does Your Business Need This Kind of Commercial Insurance Coverage?

Houston is home to thousands of businesses of all sizes, representing hundreds of different industries and professions, including retail shops, attorneys, farms, contractors, restaurants, oil and gas, and health professions. As these businesses vary, so do their commercial insurance needs.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Businesses Can Prepare For Disaster

When major storms or disasters strike, Houston businesses can be impacted in a number of ways, including major power outages, utility interruptions, structural damage, flooding, and the loss of customers and revenue. For many business owners, early disaster preparation can be the difference between reopening in a few days or weeks, and having to permanently close the business.

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Written by Adam Miller
Businesses Benefit From Security Video Systems

Businesses rely on company assets to provide valuable services to customers, create their products, and generate revenue. Business assets might include computer systems, smartphones, inventory, raw materials, company fleet vehicles, tools, specialized machinery, and sensitive customer data. Protecting these assets is crucial for businesses, but unfortunately, many business owners do not take security seriously until it is too late and they've become victim to thieves, vandals, or trespassers.

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