When employees contract coronavirus: steps to keep your business safe
No small business is immune from an employee contracting COVID-19. Learn how to protect workers, the public, and your bottom line.
Why canceling business insurance may cost more than keeping your coverage
Dropping your business insurance may seem like an easy way to trim your budget during the COVID-19 shutdown, but you may pay a high price in the long run.
4 reasons why canceling restaurant insurance is a big mistake
If you’ve had to temporarily close your restaurant during the COVID-19 pandemic, you might be tempted to cancel your insurance to save money. This could cost you more in the long run – and expose you...
COVID-19 and cleaning businesses: How to keep your business safe from risks
Cleaning businesses are at the front lines battling against the spread of COVID-19. Take these steps to keep your employees, your customers, and your business healthy.
What you need to know about remote working risks
Learn what your workers’ compensation, cyber liability, and commercial property insurance policies cover when employees telecommute.
Is the coronavirus considered an act of God?
Find out what qualifies as an act of God in insurance, whether COVID-19 is included as one, and how you can protect your business from disaster-related lawsuits.
What you need to know about coronavirus if you have employees
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak is hurting small businesses across all industries. Companies with employees have even more at stake.
Answers to your coronavirus (COVID-19) business insurance coverage questions
The coronavirus outbreak has left many small business owners wondering if their insurance covers losses caused by the pandemic. Insureon experts answer the most frequently asked questions.
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