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Do I Really Need Cyber Liability Insurance?

Cybercrime has become a common occurrence. A data breach can have a tremendous impact on the health and finances of a business. If your company’s data was stolen in a cyber incursion, it can damage its reputation, expose it to liability, and interrupt business operations. Cyber liability insurance allows you to transfer some of that risk to an insurance company.  What Are the Cyber Risks...

How to Prepare Your Car for Spring

Spring is upon us, and the time is here to get your car ready for warmer weather and more driving. Harsh winters can take a toll on a vehicle. Essential maintenance now can help prevent major, expensive problems from developing when your time on the road increases in the warmer months. The following tips can help save you time and money in the future. Wash...

Should You Leave Your Wipers Up or Down When It Snows?

If you live in an area that’s accustomed to winter weather, it’s a familiar sight: Cars parked with their windshield wipers pointed up, saluting the sky. Some people say lifting your wipers can help prevent damage to the rubber wiper blades while others are skeptical, and it’s long been a topic of debate. Like choosing which direction to hang the toilet paper roll (over or...

What Business Insurance Do I Need for Remote Employees?

Far more people are working from home now than ever before. In fact, working remotely has become the new normal as of 2020. This arrangement has many benefits for both employers and workers. But it is important for companies that now have remote employees to update their business insurance policies. Why Is It Critical to Update Your Business Insurance for Remote Employees? Employees who work...

The Ultimate Guide to Winter Road Trips

Courtesy of COVID-19, airlines had their own unwelcome layover last year. According to data from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the number of U.S. flyers dropped by more than 95% in the early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak. And while airline travel restrictions have largely been lifted, the number of people booking a flight is still around 60% lower than this time last year. But...