Business Insurance Interruption Coverages in Florida

By | December 6th, 2016|Categories: blog, Business Insurance|Tags: |

The Basics Of Business Interruption Insurance in Florida A windstorm causes major damage to your office roof. A fire destroys a portion of your warehouse. A flood reduces key pieces of your equipment to rubble. These and other disasters can strike your business at any time, preventing you from carrying on with business as usual. You [...]

Proper Procedure for Hiring Additional Workers in Florida

By | November 21st, 2016|Categories: blog, Business Insurance|Tags: |

The ins and outs of business insurance & hiring in Florida Hurricane Matthew has affected many businesses in the State of Florida, therefore Insurance Authority is sending a friendly reminder of proper procedure on hiring new employees. What you need to know: Make sure that your business insurance policy is up to date if it is [...]

Business Commercial Insurance

By | September 1st, 2016|Categories: Business Insurance|

Business – Commercial Insurance Information You’ve poured your heart and soul into your business—shouldn’t you protect it? Evaluating your business, commercial insurance needs is a critical part of business planning, one that will help you protect your investment by minimizing risks, liabilities and losses. Of course, it’s also a difficult road to navigate alone. Whether you’re [...]

Business Employees And Hiring

By | May 10th, 2016|Categories: Business Insurance|

Could Your Temp Really Be An Employee? Increasingly, despite the economy, businesses are turning to temporary workers as a way of getting the job done. In fact, by 2020, more than 40% of the US workforce will be free-lancing. That’s nearly 60 million people and it’s pretty easy to see why. Not only is it easy [...]

Insurance Exclusions – Home, Auto & Business

By | March 10th, 2015|Categories: Auto Insurance, Business Insurance, Home Insurance|Tags: |

Insurance Exclusions There Is A Reason It’s Not Covered Every insurance policy has a section popularly known as “the fine print,” though its actual title is “Exclusions.” Exclusions are provisions in an insurance policy describing losses that the policy will not cover. For example, a homeowner’s policy does not cover losses caused by the use of [...]