Insureon Blog

Preparing for Spring and Summer Shopping Habits

10. April 2015 08:21
Changes in weather also bring changes in shopping behaviors. Spring and summer trigger different buying patterns that small businesses can capitalize on. [More]

Lawsuit over Alleged Brain Injury at Dollywood Would Be Covered by General Liability

9. April 2015 07:52
A lawsuit against Dollywood offers a learning opportunity for small businesses about their premises liability and how General Liability Insurance can help. [More]

Data Breach Law Updates in MT, NJ, WA, CT, NM

8. April 2015 08:00
Five states revised their data breach notification laws. Business owners must comply to ensure an already expensive data breach doesn't accrue additional fines. [More]

Roger Clemens' 7-Year Defamation Suit Covered by Insurance

7. April 2015 08:00
Clemens just settled a defamation lawsuit brought by his former strength trainer. The case offers some insight into small business advertising injury exposures. [More]

You Probably Don't Have Cyber Liability Insurance (Even if You Think You Do)

6. April 2015 08:14
A survey reveals that only 33 percent of small businesses know that Cyber Liability Insurance exists. In this case, ignorance isn't bliss – it's risk. [More]

So You Want to Know about Earthquake Insurance

3. April 2015 08:25
A primer on Commercial Earthquake Insurance that details what the coverage can pay for and which businesses benefit most from its protection. [More]

Small Businesses: Create a Social Media Policy that Works

2. April 2015 08:28
A crash course on what an effective business social media policy is and what it should include. This policy can limit social media blunders and potential lawsuits. [More]

How Surveillance Apps Could Save Your Business

1. April 2015 08:26
A business owner's app helped him catch a fire at his building before it could do serious damage. Learn how risk prevention can save you money in the long run. [More]

Study: Wellness Comes Back to Small Businesses Twofold

31. March 2015 08:27
A new study shows that wellness programs have a measurable monetary impact: $2 for every $1 spent. Learn some creative ways to promote wellness in your workplace. [More]

Court Rules Rick Springfield Not Liable for Derrière-Related General Liability Injury

30. March 2015 08:19
Rick Springfield's bum took center stage of a recent lawsuit. Discover what this strange case can teach you about frivolous lawsuits against your business. [More]