Construction and repair jobs have the potential to impact your business long after the project is complete. This is especially true for integral jobs such as roofing repair, electricity, and boiler repair and installation. If you repair or replace a boiler or even are hired...

Liability Insurance for Chemical Manufacturing Businesses If people see the word 'chemical' in popular media, it's mostly associated with danger or the increased risk of harm. While that's not always the case, industrial chemicals, and strong chemical products can create hazardous conditions for their users and,...

Explosives Manufacturing Insurance Being in the explosives manufacturing business carries a lot of long-term risks. Not only is the manufacturing process itself potentially hazard, but your business is responsible for your products long after they're sold. If you're looking for a new insurance carrier, or you...

How to Figure Out What Your Security Business Coverage Should Include Choosing insurance limits for a business with stable industry minimums and well-known norms is already difficult. But if you own a security guard business, whether you protect individual clients, property, or moving cargo, it can...

How to Protect Your Aircraft Parts Manufacturing Business from Third-Party Claims General liability insurance protects your business in the course of typical business practices: anything from a customer slipping and injuring themselves while on your premises to a claim regarding your advertisements is covered under your...

Liability Insurance For Building Movers Building-moving, also known as structure relocation, is becoming a more and more popular alternative to demolition and new construction. But because the work involves both careful deconstruction and reconstruction, sometimes even with historic and irregular components, the risk of damage to...