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Good News: That Copyright Infringement Lawsuit from a Major Company Is Probably Covered in Your General Liability Insurance

8. June 2015 08:03
Big companies have a reputation for aggressively defending their trademarks, which means no small business is entirely safe from trademark infringement lawsuits. [More]

How Can Umbrella Insurance Help a Small Business?

3. June 2015 07:40
Umbrella Insurance can help business owners meet contractual insurance requirements, save money on coverage, and get millions more in financial protection. [More]

5 Key Things to Know about Workers' Compensation Insurance

28. May 2015 08:29
Workers' Compensation Insurance is the oldest insurance policy around, but it still causes some confusion. These five facts help shed light on the policy. [More]

Once More, with Feeling: Commercial General Liability Insurance Won't Cover Data Breach Liability

21. May 2015 09:20
39 percent of private companies still think General Liability Insurance covers cyber risk. That's an expensive mistake to make, as the Sony PlayStation Network learned. [More]

City Curfews and Business Interruption Insurance: Coverage Varies

7. May 2015 08:21
The 2015 Baltimore riots and curfew hit the community hard, including the small businesses in the area. Business Interruption Insurance can help businesses recover. [More]

Professional Liability vs. Errors & Omissions Insurance: What's the Difference?

23. April 2015 08:07
Professional Liability and Errors & Omissions Insurance are two interchangeable names for the same policy. The name preference depends on the industry. [More]

Study: 4 in 10 Small Businesses Likely to Have an Insurance Claim in the Next Decade

22. April 2015 08:26
40 percent of small businesses may have an insurance claim in the next 10 years. The good news? A BOP can address the most common and expensive claims. [More]

Business Interruption, General Liability, & Property Insurance: Oh, My

21. April 2015 08:02
An explosion caused by illegal gas siphoning killed two people and destroyed three buildings. The landlord, restaurant owner, and general contractor may be sued. [More]

Small Business Brings $65k Lawsuit over Negative Online Review

20. April 2015 08:02
A dog trainer is suing a Yelp user over a negative online review. Unfortunately, General Liability Insurance can't cover lawsuits business owners initiate. [More]

Court Ruling Extends Definition of Advertising Injury for General Liability Policies

14. April 2015 08:05
A court in Illinois ruled that lawsuits over store display signs could trigger GL advertising injury coverage, which is another reason to carry the policy. [More]