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Premises Liability: Slip and Falls

What is a business owners liability if a person falls in your place of business? This article will tell you how the law views your liability.

The Claims Process

This article talks about the insurance claim process.

Your Business Owners Policy

Most business face similar problems, which is why many insurance companies package the most needed coverages into what is commonly called a Business Owners Policy (“BOP”). The following are the most common coverages in a BOP.

The Ins and Outs of Business Insurance and Risk Management

This article discusses risk management and how to plan for, and deal with, some of the liability and exposure you face as a business owner.

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