Insureon Blog

What Not to Do: Workers' Compensation Edition

21. January 2015 07:25
Dollar Tree's recent OSHA fines serve as a reminder that you can't take workplace safety lightly. Discover five things not to do if you want to avoid Workers' Comp claims. [More]

Use Mobile for Business? Your Cyber Liability Is Probably Through the Roof

20. January 2015 07:22
Each smartphone in each of your employees' hands represents a possible data breach. Learn more about your small business's mobile security risks and cyber liability. [More]

4 Things to Check before Canceling a Small Business Insurance Policy

19. January 2015 07:32
If you're thinking about canceling your business insurance coverage, read this guide first. Also, consult your insurance agent before you make any final decisions. [More]

General Liability Risks from Social Media

14. January 2015 07:22
A social media mistake may be more than a misstep – it may be cause for a lawsuit. Read Tweet or Twibel, our advertising injury eBook, to learn how to avoid these risks. [More]

Top 8 Data Breach Misconceptions

12. January 2015 07:42
Data breaches are a hot topic these days, but there's still plenty of confusion about how data breaches happen or what they really mean for a hacked business. Get the facts. [More]

What Does the Blackberry Classic Have to Do with Your Business Insurance?

9. January 2015 07:18
Blackberry's latest smartphone is a throwback to the company's heydays. Learn why this "classic" device exemplifies changing attitudes about cyber security. [More]

Why Your General Liability Insurance Doesn't Cover Data Breaches

2. January 2015 07:06
Recent data breaches have drummed up questions about what insurance can and can’t cover. Learn the difference between General and Cyber Liability once and for all. [More]

Best of insureon 2014

31. December 2014 07:18
In the spirit of year-end roundups, we proudly throw our hat into the ring. Check out some of our most helpful and entertaining content of 2014. [More]

Could Being Tech-Savvy Help Your Business in Court?

29. December 2014 07:29
A Canadian lawsuit show how wearable data-collecting devices can be used in the courtroom. Learn about this strange case’s potential implications for your business. [More]

Read This Post, Save $14,000

1. December 2014 08:30
This year, 1,939 small businesses were sued over disabled-access violations. Learn how your business can avoid lawsuits, comply with the ADA, and reach more customers. [More]