There are a lot of self-proclaimed experts who say that you should only buy term insurance and invest the difference and that once you reach retirement age, you won’t need your life insurance any longer. For most folks, that’s not necessarily true.
As a business owner, what would you do if someone slipped and fell on your property? Slips and falls are the most frequent type of loss for our Pekin Insurance business owners.
How prepared are you if someone from the general public slips and falls on your property? Here are some tips to help you prepare for slip and fall incidents that may occur on your property or location.
You must inform and train employees on what the expectations of them are if an incident happens. Do your employees complete an investigation? Do they get a supervisor or owner to do it? What happens if they are the only ones there? Would your answers to the previous questions depend on whether the injured person was an employee, visitor, or customer?
With energy costs rising, commercial building energy efficiency is top of mind for many business owners. Here are some tips to help you cut energy costs for your business.
No one can stop natural disasters, but there are ways to protect against them. Here are a few tips on how to prevent flooding before it happens.
As a small business owner, you have new challenges surfacing every day. You want to attract and retain good employees by offering a full range of benefits, but you need to control costs and keep administration easy.
Nonresidential burglaries make up about a quarter of all burglaries in the United States. Here are some tips on how to prevent burglary at your business.
If you can spend one minute a day providing quick safety talks to your employees, you can help reinforce your safety program and reduce your chance of an accident.