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Commercial Insurance for Florida business
Monday, Nov 21, 2011
Running a business that starts as a small home-based venture and grows into something more substantial can be very rewarding. Along with the extra workload involved in the growing business, you’ll soon discover that your home and contents' insurance is no longer adequate. With this in mind, you should investigate Florida commercial insurance protection.
Commercial Motor Vehicle Coverage
Monday, Nov 14, 2011
Any business which has commercial vehicles needs expert advice on the appropriate Florida commercial insurance policy for their needs. Maintaining and running commercial vehicles should be no different to your personal vehicle. The reliability and continuity of service vehicles are paramount to the day to day operations of your business.
Does Your Business Serve Alcohol?
Monday, Nov 07, 2011
Anybody who owns a business that serves alcohol should be aware of the potential for damages that could be claimed as a result of the actions of intoxicated patrons. As alcohol becomes more and more a part of people’s lives, anyone working in an industry serving alcohol should consider the implications and include liquor liability insurance along with their Florida general liability insurance or as a separate policy.
Florida Commercial Insurance for Event Planners
Monday, Oct 31, 2011
As an event planner, you are like a circus ringmaster. Depending on the event you are managing, coordinating dozens of different people often means navigating a labyrinth of logistics and risks. Your liability risks can be enormous, so you may need to have top coverage as part of your Florida Commercial Insurance policy to ensure that anything that doesn’t go to plan is covered.
Do You Know What Your Florida General Liability Insurance Covers?
Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011
It can be easy to gloss over the details of Florida general liability insurance policies when your main priority is getting on with running your business. You consulted with a reputable insurance agent or broker, didn’t you? That means everything will be okay, right? It may well be fine, but this is your business you’re insuring, your livelihood your hopes and dreams.