by | General Liability |

Any logger has the potential of being involved in an accidental timber trespass claim.  Here are some things you need to know: What are you agreeing to when you sign a contract? Landowners generally require a logger to have general liability insurance and to assume responsibility for everything that happens at the work site.  Many... Read more »

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by | Small Business, Workers Compensation |

Today’s guest post is brought to you by Alyssa DellaCamera from Eaton & Berube Insurance Agency, an independent insurance agency located in New Hampshire.  Learn about the common threats in business that a small business faces and strategies to manage them. As many small business owners understand, owning your own company offers many rewards, but with... Read more »

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by | General Liability |

Many of us enjoy a nice “adult” beverage after a hard day’s work, possibly with our 18-ounce filet, or perhaps after that wretched round of golf that we can’t soon enough forget.  Whether this holds true for you or not, the fact still remains, it’s a part of how many people unwind.  And many businesses... Read more »

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by | Property |

One of our material dealers recently opened a line of credit for a new customer, for the purchase of materials.  The customer appeared to be a long established and reputable company.  It turned out that the customer was actually a fictitious company that had stolen the name of a legitimate company and may have hacked... Read more »

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by | General Liability |

What is Legionnaires’ Disease? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (the CDC) states that each year between 8,000 and 18,000 people are hospitalized with Legionnaires’ disease in theU.S.  Legionnaires’ disease is a potentially deadly, infectious disease caused by gram-negative bacteria (legionella), and is a form of lung infection which produces high fever and pneumonia. ... Read more »

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