Insureon Blog

$8.9 Million Award to Michael Jordan Shows the Value of Advertising Injuries

8. September 2015 07:37
Michael Jordan's lawsuit against Dominick's wasn't just a sweeping win for the basketball star – it's also a lesson in misappropriation for small-business owners. [More]

Fire Damage at Chicago's Second City Illustrates the Benefits of Insurance

4. September 2015 07:41
Second City was forced to cancel performances after a restaurant's fire spread to its offices. Business Interruption Insurance can help cover losses during a shutdown. [More]

Under Armour Copyright Infringement Lawsuits: Probably Covered by General Liability

2. September 2015 07:32
Under Armour is suing a small business for using the word "armor" in its name. If you're faced with a similar suit, access to legal guidance may be a lifesaver. [More]

Inland Marine Insurance in Action: Boy Trips and Tears Painting Worth $1.5 Million

1. September 2015 08:03
A young boy's fall through a 350-year-old painting illustrates the importance of Inland Marine Insurance and how it can protect valuable and rare property. [More]

Another Court Ruling on Worker Classification

31. August 2015 07:38
You can hardly read the news without finding a new worker misclassification case. It's a reminder: now is the time to take a hard look at your workers' status. [More]

Claim or Suit? Know the Insurance Vocab to Know Whether You're Covered

24. August 2015 07:28
What qualifies as a claim? A manufacturing company's confusion led to a denied claims-made insurance payout. Knowing the jargon can help you avoid a similar fate. [More]

Want Additional Insured Status? Start with These 3 Things

19. August 2015 07:29
Additional insureds who don't read the policyholder's policy and don't use specific contracts may be in for a surprise when they try to draw on the coverage. [More]

10 - 20% of Businesses Make this Expensive Mistake. Do You?

18. August 2015 07:39
Up to one in five employers misclassify at least one worker as an independent contractor, a mistake that can lead to lawsuits and a heap of regulatory fines. [More]

Bleep Bleep, Bloop Bloop. You Just Got Hacked Again.

14. August 2015 06:14
Recent hacks combine malware with social engineering fraud. Detecting these schemes may be difficult, but they usually involve phony invoices from actual vendors. [More]

The Small Business Guide to Cyber Liability Insurance

7. August 2015 07:30
Cyber Liability Insurance is a useful part of data breach risk management, but it has its limitations. Preventing breaches from the outset is still the goal. [More]