Insureon Blog

Serving Booze over the Holidays? 4 Ways it Can Come Back to Haunt You

24. November 2014 08:34
If you plan to serve booze at holiday parties, you need to be prepared for the potential fallout. Discover ways you can be held responsible for the drinking-related fouls of your guests. [More]

7.5-Year High for Small Business Borrowing Bodes Well for Economy

21. November 2014 07:58
Small-business owners are borrowing more money, which indicates confidences in the economy’s continued recovery. Find out how to secure your business’s investments. [More]

P.F. Chang's Lawsuit Could Affect Your Cyber Liability Coverage

10. November 2014 08:26
If Travelers wins its lawsuit against P.F. Chang's, businesses can only rely on Cyber Liability Insurance to cover data breaches. Learn more about the case. [More]

One More Way Customers Can Sue You

17. October 2014 08:03
A court ruled the victims of the Adobe data breach can sue the company even though they haven’t suffered injuries. Learn why this is a wakeup call for your business. [More]

How Many Natural Disasters Does It Take to Ruin a Small Business?

6. October 2014 07:52
Can your business survive a natural disaster and live to tell the tale? Use these disaster preparedness tips to shore up your business protection plan. [More]

This Common Mistake Can Cost Small Businesses Thousands

1. October 2014 07:49
The difference between an employee and contractor isn't always clear-cut. Learn about a small-business owner's classification mistake that cost her thousands. [More]

Five Tips for Creating a Successful Home Remodeling Business

29. September 2014 07:59
Sure, you’ve noodled around with home revamps before. But how do you get a home-remodeling business off the ground? Check out these five tips. [More]

It’s Not Too Late to Celebrate National Preparedness Month!

24. September 2014 07:54
Take advantage of National Preparedness Month to strengthen your business's ability to respond to disasters. [More]

Del Taco Faces EPLI Lawsuit over Alleged Pregnancy Firing

19. September 2014 08:30
A Del Taco restaurant in Oregon faces a lawsuit from a former worker claiming she was fired for becoming pregnant. Find out how EPLI addresses these types of claims. [More]

Genetic Engineering to Keep Workers’ Comp Costs Low

15. September 2014 08:32
Farmers are creating 'ladderless' orchards to help lower Workers' Comp costs. Learn how your WC premiums are determined and how to keep employees safer. [More]