Category: Business Insurance

Spring Cleaning: Tips to Keep Your Office Clutter Free While Keeping Your Sanity

Spring is now upon us, and there is no time like the present to get rid of the clutter that has built up in your office over the past few winter months. Doing a little spring cleaning at the office will not only help clear your mind, but a clutter-free work space has been proven to increase productivity. Having a well-organized, clean work space is also a... Read Article

Restaurant and Bar Insurance to Serve You

Whether you own a restaurant, bar, tavern, pub, sports bar, catering company or banquet facility, ensuring you have the correct insurance in place is an important matter. As an owner of these facilities in Phoenix, you're open to great risks without the right types of coverage. Issues could arise involving being accused of over-serving an intoxicated customer as well as employees claiming an on the... Read Article

Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Get help from a local agency that will really work for you. We know the workers' compensation insurance needs of Arizona. This type of insurance is one of the largest expenses your business must pay, and there are various insurance markets for your specific industry. You need an agency that will do the legwork to find the policy that will be most affordable and best... Read Article

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... Read Article

Surety Bonds: What You Need to Know

Entrepreneurs and small business owners are often required to purchase surety bonds. Although they are commonly confused with insurance, surety bonds are a different thing entirely. They provide a guarantee that a corporate entity or individual will fulfill a contract or a duty in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. They also provide fiscal protection for project owners, employers, and the public. How Do Surety... Read Article