Common Questions Small Business Owners Have About Insurance

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As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate. While some tasks and obligations can take the back burner for the time being, others require immediate or constant attention. Ensuring you have sufficient insurance coverage is one of those responsibilities that can’t be neglected for any period of time. As a business owner, you should understand your state’s legal insurance requirements, your industry’s associated risks, and which insurance forms you need to address these liabilities. Properly insuring a company may seem daunting to new business owners, but…

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State farm fire prevention project tests electrical wiring sensors for problems

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The insurance company is sending homeowners sensors in a pilot testing for electrical defects. A new State Farm fire prevention program pilot has launched. It will use sensors to detect electrical wiring hazards in 40,000 homes in California, Texas, and Arizona. The goal is to provide consumers with a way to prevent electrical wiring fires and measure savings. The State Farm fire prevention pilot will send the sensors to the homeowners to measure customer acceptance and potential savings if the program were to be broadened. The insurer’s vice president and…

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The Allstate Corporation boosts support to business ownership diversity

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The insurance company has focused on a corporate bond offering comprised exclusively of MWVBEs. The Allstate Corporation recently priced $1.2 billion of 5-year and 10-year senior notes via a syndicate comprised of exclusively minority-, women-, and veteran-owned business enterprises (MWVBEs). The insurance company’s move represents a first of its kind bond offering of this size. The Allstate Corporation’s bond offering is the first of this size with exclusive management by MWVBEs. It represents a substantial step in underscoring the insurance company’s focus on diversity and equality. “It is time to…

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Travel insurance coverage purchasing is on the rise among Americans

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A Generali Global Assistance survey says 51 percent are now buying these policies. Generali Global Assistance (GGA) published its travel insurance coverage survey finds, showing that Americans are purchasing these policies more often when they head away from home. This, according to the Holiday/2021 Travel Sentiment Survey held from October 26 to November 5. The GGA travel insurance coverage survey involved the participation of 1,138 travelers in the United States. It asked about their upcoming plans and preferences for heading away. The findings showed that 74 percent who said that…

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How a Business’s Insurance Can Cover a Personal Injury Lawsuit

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When you start a business, you’re probably very excited about it. Maybe you’ve had this idea for years, and you’re only now beginning to get it off the ground. Your family is behind you, encouraging you. You’ll need to do things like secure a bank or credit union loan, or find investors. You’ll need to hire employees and set up your supply chain. You may need to hire social media managers, marketing managers, etc. You’re hoping the business succeeds, but there’s one area you should never neglect as you’re getting…

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Car Insurance 101: Watch Out for These Low Ball Tactics

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Auto insurance companies are well-known for calculating their approach to settling accident claims. They typically know beforehand when an injured claimant is going to call well before it happens, and many times they record all incoming phone calls as company policy. Why? The primary reason is that there could be something said in an initial phone conversation with a claimant that can help in defending the claim if there is a denial. Every step of the process has been thought out by the company before anyone even attempts to file…

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Pandemic insurance losses were bigger than what Lloyd’s of London expected

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The cost on a global scale for 2020 will be greater than what the insurance marketplace estimated. Bruce Carnegie-Brown, chairperson at Lloyd’s of London, announced that the global pandemic insurance losses this year will be higher than what they had previously estimated. Sixteen different business insurance lines are facing claims at the 334-year-old Lloyd’s of London. Chairperson Carnegie-Brown recently spoke at the Reuters Events Future of Insurance USA conference. There, he stated that the pandemic insurance losses would be comparable with the price tag associated with the catastrophes that struck…

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