Temporary Staffing

Temporary Staffing: A Brief Overview

Understanding temporary staffing isn’t always straightforward. It looks different from situation to situation, and it holds many similarities to other types of limited employment. Though it is not without its risks, temporary employment is a viable alternative to long-term, full-time employment. What is Temporary Staffing? Unlike traditional employees, temporary staffing employees are contracted to work…

Assisted Living Facility

Is Your Assisted Living Facility Adequately Insured?

As the owner of an assisted living facility, your responsibilities are great. With great responsibility, though, can come to many liabilities. Some states mandate general liability insurance or even things like crime insurance for assisted living facilities. In California, for example, ALFs are required to maintain at least $3,000,000 annually of liability insurance. Although types…

Warped Floors and Liability

Warped Floors and Liability in Your Home

Hardwood is attractive, but it can quickly turn into a liability if damaged. As a homeowner, you should educate yourself as to the importance of repairing warped flooring as soon as the damage occurs. Causes of Warped Floors Water is almost always the culprit when it comes to warped floors. Sometimes the source is obvious,…

Cannabis

Legal vs. Illegal Cannabis Dispensaries: Know the Difference

Today’s expanding cannabis industry has provided a lot of opportunity for new businesses, but the uneven landscape of legalization and the instability injected by a new, high-demand industry has also created some challenges. Both governments and consumers are having to look out for businesses that operate without the right licensing and regulation, and there are…

Truck Insurance

Truck Insurance FAQs

Everyone knows that you need commercial truck insurance, but individual policies can be confusing. Here are the answers to FAQs regarding commercial trucking insurance that can help you better understand your coverage. Can I still get insurance if I have a D.U.I. on my record? Yes, in almost every case, a person with a D.U.I.…

Apartment with a Dog

Renting an Apartment with a Dog

Because renting can be so expensive, some tenants feel they can’t afford renter’s insurance. If your pet ends up damaging your landlord’s property, however, renter insurance costs with a dog can be cheaper in the long run. Having a policy also may help you find an apartment in the first place. Protect Against Damages Renter…

Workers' Compensation

Workers’ Compensation in Monopolistic States

Most employers are required to provide workers compensation insurance. Common sense might suggest shopping around for the best policy, but this strategy is not possible if you live or work in a monopolistic state. Here is a list of monopolistic states and the implications for employers doing business in one. Monopolistic States In some states,…