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Will Workers’ Comp Cover Employee Negligence?

Workers' compensation insurance is designed to provide benefits to injured workers and to protect employers from injury lawsuits brought by employees. It pays for medical care, partially replaces lost wages during recovery from work-related injuries, and covers vocational rehabilitation for workers when needed. Generally, workers' compensation is a no-fault system that provides benefits for workers injured on the job, regardless of who was at fault....

How Safe Is Your Parking Lot?

Businesses can be held liable for injuries that occur on their premises, and that includes parking lots. Depending on the type of business you have, the parking lot may be the most dangerous area on your property. If your parking lot is not owned and managed by a third party and is therefore your responsibility, discuss parking lot safety with your business lawyer and business...

Rental Property Myths Debunked

Although landlord-tenant laws vary from state to state, common myths about rental properties are in circulation nationwide. The following are some widely-held beliefs about renting and why they may not be as true as you think. The Security Deposit Covers the Last Month's Rent Although the security deposit may equal a month's rent, it is not earmarked for that purpose. The last month's rent and...

Understanding Your BOP

A business owners policy (BOP) combines protection from all major business property and liability risks in one convenient package. Package policies are created for small and mid-sized businesses that face the same type and degree of risk. A policy that combines property and business liability insurance can cover your business for claims resulting from fire, theft, and other covered disasters, as well as for claims...

How To Keep Your Office Safe From Cyber Crime

Cyber crime is criminal activity carried out on the internet. It can be a crime such as hacking, spamming, or phishing in which a specific device is the object of the crime, or a crime in which a device is used as a tool to commit an offense. Common cyber crimes include identity theft, unauthorized computer access, online theft of bank information, and online predatory...

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