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Who's Liable? Maybe Not Who You Think

25. November 2015 05:05
LA courts pass down conflicting rulings over a slip-and-fall lawsuit. It's a lesson in subcontractor liability and the unpredictability of shared blame. [More]

Insurance for Worst-Case Scenarios

2. November 2015 07:53
An aesthetician's cryotherapy death is a tragic reminder that occupational fatalities happen all the time. Insurance can help businesses and families move forward. [More]

Three Cheers for the Travel Planning Startup that Dodged a Trademark Infringement Judgment

30. October 2015 08:01
Pinterest sued travel planning site Pintrips over trademark infringement, but the startup's documentation and strong defense allowed it to dodge a name change. [More]

5 Tips for Getting Business Insurance Faster

28. October 2015 07:50
Whether you're trying to land a new client or a commercial lease, chances are you may need insurance to do it. To speed up the insuring process, follow these 5 steps. [More]

Rangers Faux Pas Perfect Illustration of Why You Need a Social Media Policy

23. October 2015 07:55
The Texas Rangers' social media gaffe illustrates how employee social media use can tarnish a business's image. These tips can help you curb employee mistakes. [More]

What We Talk about When We Talk about All Perils Coverage

22. October 2015 07:56
Don't get tripped up over the named perils vs. open perils jargon in Property Insurance policies. This primer explains the difference once and for all. [More]

7 Things You Didn't Know Insurance Could Cover

21. October 2015 07:25
You may be surprised how specific insurance policies can be. These 7 coverages give you a taste of the more obscure parts of the business insurance world. [More]

$1.4 Million Fines for Ohio Supplier over Worker Injuries

13. October 2015 07:53
Case Farms was assessed $1.4 million in OSHA fines, partially for the negligence that lead to a subcontractor's injury. You can also be liable for contractors' injuries. [More]

Does Your Cyber Insurance Have Business Interruption Coverage?

8. October 2015 07:53
If your Cyber Liability Insurance has Business Interruption coverage, you can recoup lost income when a covered cyber event shuts down your network for 8 hours. [More]

Paul Walker Wrongful Death Lawsuit Highlights the Concept of Strict Liability

2. October 2015 07:41
Strict liability refers to your legal responsibility for an injury even if you weren't negligent. The rule most commonly applies to lawsuits over defective products. [More]