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Plastics Manufacturer Large Loss and Lessons Learned

As a manager or business owner, it’s horrible to watch an employee suffer a workers’ compensation injury. Sharing real-life claims like..

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Food Manufacturer – Large Work Comp Loss and Lessons Learned

No employers want to see their employees suffer a traumatic injury while on the job. Let’s take a look at this real-life work comp claim..

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Laptop vs. Coffee – Insurance for CPAs

We all know the important role computers play in business.  Especially if you’re an accountant. A simple accident and poof, your..

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How Does Manufacturer's E&O Coverage Differ from General Liability?

Manufacturers Errors & Omissions coverage extends the basic General Liability policy to provide payment when you (as the insured) must..

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Understanding Insurance Coverage for Light Manufacturing Facilities

West Bend considers light manufacturing operations to include manufacturers of small stamped, rolled, turned, pressed, cut, machined, or..

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Recognizing the psychological effects of work comp injuries

A claims department functions because of loss to property, an accident, or an injury due to legal liability, misfortune, negligence, or..

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Hailstorm Hits Auto Dealership - The Importance of Communication with Your Agent

A heavy hailstorm occurred at an auto dealership. West Bend gathered details about the type and size of hail as well as general damages..

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Comprehensive Cyber Insurance for Every Business

Cyber risk is a growing issue.  All businesses that maintain data on their clients and employees have a responsibility to safeguard the..

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Preventing slips, trips, and falls on stairs

Benjamin Franklin famously said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  We tend to agree, especially when it comes to..

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What you need to know about vacant building insurance coverage

Buildings that are vacant for extended periods are vulnerable to vandalism and fire, partly as the result of only occasional maintenance..

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Beware of Combustible Dust

According to OSHA, since 1980, almost 150 workers have been killed and more than 850 injured due to combustible dust explosions.

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Contractors: Do you have insurance for your tools and equipment?

If you’re a contractor who’s just starting out or an experienced contractor who has significantly expanded your business, your tools and..

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