What You Need To Know To Protect Your Business Against Liquor-Related Lawsuits
18 November 2018
Mixed drinks, liquor, and beer are often thought of as celebratory or relaxing beverages. Your business needs to be aware of the relationship between alcohol consumption and your legal liability to ensure that you are protected against financial loss in a liquor-related lawsuit.
Many states have provisions that allow for the suing of a business whose employees or patrons consume too much alcohol and then cause significant property damage. There are two primary types of liquor liability insurances available on the market today.
Understanding DBA Insurance For International Contractors
1 October 2018
If you are a military contractor who is employed to work overseas, then you may be asked to get a special type of insurance. The insurance is called DBA insurance, and you will often need to acquire it before you start working overseas.
What Is DBA Insurance?
DBA insurance is a type of workers' compensation insurance that is specifically meant to protect contract workers who are working for the government in places outside of the United States.
Five Mistakes Contractors Need To Avoid When It Comes To Liability Insurance
14 August 2018
Contractors need to make sure they have adequate liability coverage for all of the vehicles they use as part of their operation. Any insurance mistakes can leave contractors susceptible to thousands of dollars in damages should an accident occur. The following are five big mistakes you need to avoid as a contractor when it comes to your liability insurance.
Not taking advantage of policy add-on perks that can be beneficial
Five Things You May Have To Do About Your Car Insurance After Moving
19 June 2018
Moving can disrupt your car insurance coverage and policy, and there are a few changes you may have to make. Here are a few things you may have to do to ensure that your insurance coverage is still adequate and affordable after moving:
Updating Your Address
The first thing you must do after moving is to update your address; inform your insurance carrier about your move so that they can update your policy accordingly.