Posts Tagged ‘business insurance’

Why Healthcare Facility Insurance Matters

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

You’re equipped to help and heal. It’s essential that you protect your ability to do so by insuring your healthcare facility. Remember that your potential for liability extends from your physical facility to your employees who provide care. Unforeseen negligence aside, you want to limit your risk of exposure with an insurance plan that keeps…Read More

Understanding Workers’ Compensation Policies

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

    Workers’ compensation policies are an important topic for business owners, human resources departments, and management professionals. Almost every state requires workers’ compensation insurance and without it, you could lose business, valuable time, and money. There are plenty of third parties and businesses that will refuse to work with you if you do not…Read More

3 Strategies to Enhance the Results of Your Employee Wellness Initiative

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

There’s more to workplace productivity than mission statements and core value reviews. In fact, employee health can contribute to your bottom line. Profit enhancing priority A 2012 study conducted by AFLAC found that employees participating in workplace wellness programs experience more job satisfaction. It makes sense because it reveals that the company cares about more…Read More

New California Employment Laws in 2018

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Are you prepared for the new employment laws that will go into effect in 2018? If you’re an employer in the state of California, these laws may very well affect the daily operations of your business. Unless specified, all new legislation outlined below goes into effect on January 1, 2018. Parental Leave for Small Employers,…Read More

Steps to Make a Professional Liability Claim

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

  When owning a business, it is important to have liability insurance to ensure the safety of your company. Now a days, people will sue for any reason that they can find. Therefore, you never know when you are going to get a difficult client who threatens to sue, or an employee who happens to…Read More

Read the Fine Print with Property Insurance

Monday, February 20th, 2017

  Most of the time when we think about property insurance, we may automatically think of having enough insurance to cover our home. While having enough insurance coverage for your home is essential, the same is true for your business property. Coast General is going to dissect the important elements of property insurance and help…Read More

Be Safe When the Earth Shakes

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

  After the 1994 Northridge earthquake, the way we thought about earthquake insurance changed. We haven’t had a big quake in a while, but it’s important to be prepared in every situation because we will never truly know when a disaster could strike. Coast General Insurance wants to help you understand the importance of earthquake…Read More

Using an Insurance Agent vs. Online Platforms

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

Technology has made it effortless for consumers to purchase things online, find useful information, and help them learn how to do things independently. One of these things is using an online platform to purchase insurance. We’re going to highlight the differences between using an insurance agent and an online platform as well as discuss some…Read More

Why it’s Important to Review Your Policy for the New Year

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

The New Year is a time when we come up with resolutions we hope to stick to and promise ourselves to make changes, but it’s also an excellent time to review your insurance policy. There are several things you may need to consider with the New Year because changes within your business can affect your…Read More

Errors and Omissions Claims: What You Need To Know

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Professional liability insurance, more commonly known as errors and omission (E&O), is a type of liability insurance that protects businesses from paying the entire cost of negligent claims filed by their clients. This also protects businesses in awarding funds for damages if the claim results in a lawsuit. Errors and omissions insurance is almost necessary…Read More

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