CSIS Insurance Services, Inc. Blog
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way businesses relate to customers, suppliers, and their workers. It helps a lot if you have business owners protection to protect your business from unforeseen circumstances. With the right coverage, you can safely continue your operations and protect your employees as well.
Private firms and businesses are preparing for the worsening effects of the coronavirus pandemic by vaccinating their employees. If you encourage your employees to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, you must work together with a health provider or agency to administer the vaccine. You should also contact your insurance company for possible workers’ compensation liability should an adverse reaction occur.
Workers' compensation insurance is a policy that works out a compromise between employees and their employers when it comes to injuries and sickness related to work. Contractors workers comp is for independent contractors and may not be a requirement. You have an option to add this coverage to your existing policy. Many contractors agree that this is an excellent idea as you can avoid many risks.
Lawsuits due to construction defects are prevalent. A construction company owner should learn how to reduce business risks from a leaking roof to design flaws due to construction defects. If you're a business owner, you must know the different kinds of faults, who are liable for these mistakes, and how your contractor's insurance can protect you from these claims.
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