Insurance Learning Center
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and with the beautiful weather, we want to ensure your time on the road is safe for you and for others.
Technology has brought comfort into our lives, but has its flaws. Using phones, computer software, and the internet have drastically reduced physical activity.
Taxpayers may not get a Form 1095-B or Form 1095-C by the time they're ready to file tax returns. These forms assist in preparing returns, but are not required.
We've all heard the story of that time a tree fell on someone's house, yard, or car, but does it actually happen? Yes and it happens more often than you think.
What Employer’s responsibilities for Workers Compensation? Employers are required to do the following to comply with workers’ compensation insurance laws.
If you work in direct sales, then chances are you have an inventory of different items with you. Depending on the industry that you’re in, the items can vary.
Whether you're an employer or an individual looking for new options, we want you to understand the difference between an employee vs an independent contractor.
There can be several scenarios of a person getting injured in a car accident, whether the driver of a car gets injured, a passenger, or even a bystander.
There are five steps you can take to have a safety program that achieves OSHA compliance, reduces accidents, and ultimately reduces workers’ compensation costs.