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Commercial Auto Rates Continue Climbing

Commercial Auto Rates Continue Climbing

By now, you’ve likely noticed that your commercial automotive insurance rates have been increasing since last year, and for now there seems to be no slowing the momentum. The increase is probably noticeable since the period between 2011 and 2016 saw rates drop thanks...
Why Your Business Needs an Umbrella Liability Policy

Why Your Business Needs an Umbrella Liability Policy

If you own a business or commercial property, consider how easily you could absorb events like these: You own an apartment building with a porch that does not have railings. One of your tenants falls from it, and recovery from her injuries requires months of physical...
The Opioid Crisis and What Businesses Can Do about It

The Opioid Crisis and What Businesses Can Do about It

America is in the midst of an epidemic of opioid abuse. Use of these medicines, also commonly known as “painkillers”, has exploded over the last two decades. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that opioid prescriptions nearly quadrupled...
IRS in Full Swing on ACA Compliance Despite Uncertainty

IRS in Full Swing on ACA Compliance Despite Uncertainty

Despite the lull in activity in Washington on the future of the Affordable Care Act and the threats by President Trump to sink the law by not enforcing regulations, the IRS is in full swing in ensuring compliance. The agency in August released new draft IRS forms for...
Give Your Workplace First Aid Program a Checkup

Give Your Workplace First Aid Program a Checkup

Workplace injuries cost employers hundreds of billions of dollars every year. The direct costs of paying workers’ compensation payments to injured employees now tops $1 billion every week, according to information from the Occupational Safety and Health...
Keep Your Employees Safe While Viewing the Solar Eclipse

Keep Your Employees Safe While Viewing the Solar Eclipse

Next week’s solar eclipse will be visible on Aug. 21 starting at 9am in West Coast cities and on the East Coast at around 1 am. The time of the eclipse will last about 90 minutes, but since it’s during working hours many employees will be itching to go out and...