Business Insurance and Assurance Management for Success

Consider Liabilities, Potential Disasters and Avoidability.
Potential liabilities in business can spell disaster overnight.

Potential Liabilities - Business hazards that you can insure against.

  • How to control the cost of insurance premiums.
  • How much insurance do you need?
  • Officers and directors liability insurance policies you may buy-if you can.
  • Shoplifters and inventory insurance coverages.
  • Consumer product and general liability insurance coverage.
  • Possible mistakes made when filing claims.
  • Steps to take if your insurance company denies a claim.
  • What to do if your insurance company goes broke?
  • How to make claims after your policy has expired.
If you have employees you have potential problems.
  • Employee coverage.
  • Potential risks in your workers' compensation insurance.
  • Employee disability claims.
  • Your workplace's potential liabilities.
  • Watch carefully for the enforcement of workplace and office safety standards.
  • Heavy group life insurance costs.
  • Heavy group health and medical costs.
Small Business Pensions
  • How to plan for small business pension programs.
  • Availability of your personal and regular IRA and Roth IRA tax savings.
  • The importance of periodically checking your own and business social security records.

Protecting-Yourself-Legally UPDATES

  • The best insurance against a business hazard is daily alertness by checklist.
  • You will never be able to afford the amount of business insurance you will need.
  • If your insurance company denies your claim, you can try, try again.
NOTICE: We do not practice law.
We suggest you contact a lawyer familiar with your problems.