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Employer requirements after a work place accident in Florida

Friday, Jun 08, 2012

An employee getting hurt on the job is something all employers try to avoid. It’s not a fun day for anyone when a worker falls or hurts himself while on duty at your company. Not only does the injured person have to attend to his physical issues, but you as an employer have duties as well.

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Improving Your Workplace Safety System

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Carrying Florida Workers' Compensation insurance provides important financial protection for your employees who are injured at work, and helps to satisfy your obligations as an employer under Florida Law. It’s also your responsibility to maintain a workplace that’s healthy and safe and minimizes the risk of work-related accidents.

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Protecting Your Small Florida Business from Data Loss

Monday, May 21, 2012

Data safety can be a constant concern for some small business owners in Florida. It may be a good idea to include data loss insurance in the Florida commercial insurance you purchase to protect your business investment from losses.

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Keeping the Focus on Safety is a Very Good Business Strategy

Monday, May 14, 2012

As a business owner, one way you may be able to keep your Florida general liability insurance premiums under control is to take steps to limit the amount and severity of claims against your business. One of the best ways to do this is to make safety a priority in your work place as this can reduce the risk of injury for both workers and visitors to your premises.

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Selling Your Produce at Markets? Make Sure You’ve Got It Covered!

Monday, May 07, 2012

People in Florida like to grow and bake things and then sell them at the local farmers’ market, produce stand or bakery. The fresh egg business continues to become more popular. At what point should a Florida general liability insurance policy be considered when you are selling food items to the public or to friends?

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