Insureon Blog

Facebook Life Event? Time to Reassess Your Business Insurance

24. April 2013 16:18
Any event in your business that would count as a "life event" on Facebook should warrant a review of your insurance policy. Here's why. [More]

Procrastinated Your Taxes? It Might Not Be the Worst Thing

12. April 2013 12:59
For entrepreneurs, procrastination can be a positive force when it's done right. [More]

What Kind of Liquor Liability Insurance Do I Need?

9. April 2013 16:35
Adequate Liquor Liability Insurance is essential to protecting a restaurant's assets. Find out what provisions to check for in your coverage. [More]

What Are Admitted vs. Non-Admitted Insurance Carriers?

5. April 2013 11:32
Admitted insurance companies are approved by a state's insurance department; non-admitted carriers aren't. Learn which option is better for business owners. [More]

Sports Charity Investigation Highlights Massive D&O Exposure

3. April 2013 17:25
Mishandling of funds at sports charities provides an important reminder about the insurance risks nonprofits face. [More]

What Is Inland Marine Insurance?

1. April 2013 13:40
Find out what Inland Marine Insurance is, how it protects business property, and whether you need it. [More]

Protecting Your Home-Based Business With Insurance

27. March 2013 09:53
Avoid losses for your home-based business by securing adequate insurance.[More]

Ronda Rousey’s Diet Highlights Benefits, Risks for Trainers to Keep in Mind

26. March 2013 10:03
Athletic and personal trainers should be aware of the liability risks associated with providing nutrition advice for their clients. [More]

Do I Need D&O Insurance for My Nonprofit? (Hint: Yes)

22. March 2013 15:52
Find out why D&O Insurance is essential to securing a strong leadership team to guide your nonprofit business. [More]

Bakery Fraud Highlights the Limits of General Liability Insurance

21. March 2013 12:11
General Liability Insurance won't cover bakery losses related to fraud. [More]