How Is Occupational Accident Insurance Different From Workers’ Comp?

You hold the drivers who work for your trucking company to rigorous safety standards. Nevertheless, accidents can and do occur, sometimes due to circumstances beyond the control of either you or your drivers, such as the behavior of others on the road or weather conditions. Occupational accident insurance is similar to workers’ compensation in that […]

Three Ways to Protect International Employees

Many large companies have workers scattered across the globe. Protecting these employees can be a challenge, but things like foreign voluntary workers’ compensation are a great way to start. Here are a few ways to protect your employees. Health The insurance firm Moody states that employees are a company’s most important asset. Employees can fall […]

Choosing What’s Best in Boating Services Coverage

For those looking to start their own business, it is important to realize the need for a strong insurance policy to protect your company from unforeseen disasters that can ruin you financially. When dealing with something like boat repair or watercraft services, there are some dangers and risks that aren’t common to the average retail […]

Maintenance is More Than Skin Deep

A warehouse may have a new paint job and professional landscaping, but if the building hasn’t been properly attended to on the inside it’s a disaster waiting to happen. Proper warehouse maintenance is much more than polishing up the facade. It means taking care of equipment, stock, and facilities to keep the warehouse running safely […]

Understanding Florida Workers Compensation Law

The state of Florida requires employers to obtain worker’s compensation insurance for all of their employees. The state provides few exceptions and requires FLDFS proof of coverage to operate. There are a few things you need to know about the law. Included Benefits The workers’ compensation policy should include death, medical expense and disability benefits […]

Understanding DO Claims

Directors & Officers or D & O claims are those made against public, private and non-profit companies’ executive managers. These management liability claims related to the individuals’ everyday decisions. To help you better understand these types of claims, here are four real-world D&O claims examples. 1.Fiduciary Duty Failure Creditors of a financially-struggling company sued its […]

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