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Why Firearm Manufacturers Need Quality Insurance

Why Firearm Manufacturers Need Quality Insurance

Every year, firearm manufacturers all across the country create thousands of pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns, and more. In fact, between 1986 and 2013, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, better known as ATF, reported that the firearm industry manufactured more than 10 million firearms total. While the firearm industry has obviously transformed into […]

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How Does Workers’ Compensation Work?

How Does Workers' Compensation Work?

Should an employee get injured or ill while on the job, they’ll receive workers’ compensation to provide medical, disability, and lost time benefits. Some examples warranting workers’ comp include falling off a ladder and injuring one’s back, getting burned by a chemical spill, or losing one’s hearing due to repeated exposure to excessively loud noises […]

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Premiums, Policy Limits, and Deductibles: What’s the Difference?

Premiums, Policy Limits, and Deductibles: What’s the Difference?

When you’re shopping for business insurance, three terms will often come up: premiums, policy limits, and deductibles. These three factors can impact how much you pay for your insurance and what your policy will cover—as such, understanding what they mean is essential to finding the right business insurance. Premiums An insurance premium is what you […]

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Why Property Insurance is Vital for Businesses

Why Property Insurance is Vital for Businesses

You would do anything for your business, but some things are just out of your control. A storm, vandalism, or a robbery can cost you thousands of dollars in repairs. But with property insurance, you can get some peace-of-mind. Here’s how: Property insurances covers storm damage Your business is your livelihood and it needs protection. […]

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Why You Need Business Insurance for Certain Contracts

Why You Need Business Insurance for Certain Contracts

Did you know that some business contracts require you to have business insurance? It’s true. From signing a lease for your new location to landing a big client, many other companies and entities will require you to have some form of insurance before they agree to do business with you. Read on to learn more: […]

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4 Workplace Safety Tips for Firearm Retailers

4 Workplace Safety Tips for Firearm Retailers

Workplace safety is a top priority for all employers, but especially for firearm retailers. After all, firearms are weapons, and they bring with them their own risks. As such, firearm retailers need to create a safe workplace environment not only for their employees, but for their customers as well. Administer firearm safety training Whether you […]

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4 Things to Consider Before Canceling Your Business Insurance

4 Things to Consider Before Canceling Your Business Insurance

There may come a time when you ask yourself if you’re getting the most out of your business insurance. You may even start shopping around, comparing policies to determine if there’s a better one out there. Before you start writing up your cancelation letter, though, there are a few things to consider: Do you have […]

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How to Compare Business Insurance Quotes

How to Compare Business Insurance Quotes

Business insurance can protect your company from disaster. But which business insurance is right for you? As you shop around, you’ll receive plenty of quotes from top providers. Here we detail how you can compare these quotes to find the best offer for your business: Don’t just focus on the premium Insurance providers will wave […]

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Occurrence vs. Claims-Made Insurance

Occurrence vs. Claims-Made Insurance

You can divide most business insurance policies can between two types: occurrence and claims-made. Which type you choose impacts your reimbursement, your bill, as well as the lifecycle of your policy. The main difference between the two is that an occurrence policy steps in when an injury occurs anytime the policy is active. A claims-made […]

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Additional Insured vs. Loss Payee

Additional Insured vs. Loss Payee

With many business insurance policies, there are additional insureds and loss payees. Both are third parties (either individuals or business entities) that can collect benefits from a policy, but what exactly is the difference between the two? Here we lay out everything you need to know about additional insureds and loss payees. Additional Insureds An […]

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