The Importance of Cyber Liability Insurance for Your Business
Recently, internet media company Yahoo agreed to pay $50 million in damages due to a data breach on the company’s platform, which exposed the personal information of hundreds of millions of users, including “names, birthdays, email addresses, encrypted passwords,” and even some security information, according to reports.
Fire Prevention Week Is Here
Fire Prevention Week is here. In 2018, this annual reminder of the importance of fire safety falls on October 7th-13th.
How much do you know about fire prevention and protection for your home and business? What steps can you take now to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your most valued assets from an unexpected incident?
Did you know that September is Life Insurance Awareness Month (LIAM)?
This month, Robert Loomis & Associates is proud to stand with insurance professionals and organizations from across the industry to help shine a spotlight on life insurance.
We thought that Life Insurance Awareness month would make for an excellent opportunity to help educate our readers on the importance of life insurance, and the impact it can have on the financial health of your household or business. Hopefully, equipped with this information, you will be ready to take steps toward getting the coverage you need!
Is Your Business Really Ready to Handle a Loss?
If something unexpected were to happen – the loss of you as an owner or a key partner, a natural disaster, a tragic incident – what would happen to your business?
Would your business be able to recover? Would you be able to recover as an individual? What would happen with your employees and their respective families?
These are the sorts of questions that can keep you as a business owner up at night. But, rest assured: There are steps you can take now that can help with the shock of a sudden loss, but the key is preparation.
Understanding Your Business Liability Insurance Policy
Have you ever heard the saying: “Don’t sweat the small stuff”?
It’s a good, catchy aphorism. But, as many business owners can tell you, it’s the small stuff that can add up and make a world of difference in time.
Little details really do matter – particularly when it comes to the insurance needs of your business.
Every business is unique, and it’s important to recognize that all of the small things about your company can result in huge expenses, should anything unexpected ever go wrong.
Before disaster strikes, it’s vital to understand your business liability insurance policy, and take steps to ensure that your coverage is fully equipped to meet your singular needs. Are you taking care to fill in the potential liability “gaps” or “holes” unique to you?