Tag: Worker’s Compensation

28
Jan

Make Insuring Your Restaurant Easy as Apple Pie

Chances are, if you serve any kind of food or drink, you need general liability insurance. Being in the food and beverage business can come with great risks. That’s why it’s important to protect your restaurant with the best kind of coverage. Who Needs Specialized Restaurant Insurance? Cafes/Coffee Shops Fast Food Restaurants Ice Cream Shops Fine Dining Facilities Full Service

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14
Jan

Your Guide to Brewery Insurance

Brewery owners and entrepreneurs in the beer industry have precise needs, and agents who fail to recognize that fact may leave their clients open to business-destroying gaps. Having a custom designed brewery insurance program to fit your business’ needs is the first step to protecting it, but what are your needs? Here are some things to keep in mind when

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8
Oct

Stromsoe Insurance Gives Back To Our Business Community

This is Mike Stromsoe, President and Team Leader at Stromsoe Insurance Agency. Life has changed for all of us, and in these times of uncertainty more than ever, we are dedicated to the core values in our agency, and at the top is a Servant’s Heart: We are dedicated to serving our clients and our communities, especially in times like

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7
Jul

What Types of Insurance Do You Need If Your Business Operates Online?

Cyber Liability Your digital business should secure itself and its information while online. In the event of a data breach, cyber liability insurance will protect your business IF you have the right coverage forms. If information is hacked or leaked, it’s not a pleasant experience when the information is stolen AND there are high costs associated with the aftermath of an information

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3
Feb

How To Prepare For Your Insurance Premium Audit

  An audit of one or more of your business insurance policies is one situation that requires your early and immediate attention. The scenario with every insurance provider is different. The scenario will be something like this: Your insurance carrier will contact you. They want to conduct a premium audit. You’ve already paid your premiums for the year. Most policies

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3
Feb

Does Your Business Use Independent Contractors Instead of Eployees?

  Are you aware of the new law that has gone into effect on January 1, 2020? This new law changes the definition of an independent contractor in California. This may effect your business if you use independent contractors instead of employees. The California law (Assembly Bill 5) makes it harder for companies to treat workers as independent contractors takes

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