Insureon Blog

How Your Text May Make You Liable for Someone Else’s Car Accident

4. February 2014 10:31
A new ruling means that sending a text could make you liable for someone else's car accident. Details on the decision and how it could impact your business. [More]

Social Media Advertising Injury Lawsuits Cost a Lot (Even When They Don’t Go to Court)

31. January 2014 09:51
Advertising injury lawsuits over social media posts are expensive regardless of the suit's outcome. Follow these tips to avoid being sued over social media posts. [More]

Cyber Laws & Social Media Marketing: What Small Businesses Need to Know to Avoid Advertising Injury Lawsuits

30. January 2014 13:36
Overview of laws that govern electronic communication to help small-business owners avoid advertising injury lawsuits, slander, libel, and other online faux pas. [More]

Social Media and Business Risk: Slander, Libel, Invasion of Privacy, and Copyright Infringement

28. January 2014 09:29
Avoid committing slander, libel, privacy invasion, and copyright infringement on social media to keep your business safe. [More]

How to Protect Your Bar or Cafe from a Starbucks Lawsuit

27. January 2014 08:57
Even accidental copyright violations can mean major legal (and financial) trouble for small businesses. Make sure you're not accidentally violating a large corporation's trademarks so you don't have to shell out for a lawsuit. [More]

Social Networking Libel 101: Courtney Love & Twitter Libel

23. January 2014 09:33
Courtney Love's court trial over allegations of Twitter libel illustrate how advertising injury lawsuits over social media can affect a small business. [More]

What Is Advertising Injury and How Does It Affect Social Media Marketing?

21. January 2014 09:21
Small businesses on social media are exposed to advertising injury liability every day. Here's what that means and how small-business owners can protect themselves and their revenue from advertising injury lawsuits. [More]