One complaint we hear over and over is about Louisiana auto rates being high. Well, finally something can be done, but it's up to Louisianian's to get involved. So let's get involved and make a small difference on our wallets!
Most people don't realize how serious of a matter or how prevalent holiday fires tend to be.
Yet, as humorous as they may be to view from the safety of our web browser as we skim through Youtube, cooking fires are no laughing matter.
Even if you have a successful business, disaster could strike at any moment and force you to shut your doors. Successful companies typically carry insurance to mitigate the risk of unforeseen damage. Although it might seem tempting to cut costs by forgoing insurance, business experts like the Small Business Administration (SBA) highly recommend maintaining a business insurance policy.
- Natural catastrophes are increasing in both frequency and cost, leaving businesses vulnerable.
- Fully understanding the risks and preparing a business continuity plan are the keys to mitigating loss.
We all know that disaster can strike at any time. Unfortunately, “any time” is occurring on a more frequent basis. Natural catastrophes like hurricanes, wildfires, earthquakes, floods, and severe storms have long-term economic and social consequences for businesses — and these devastating and expensive events are on the rise.