Novel Coronavirus

As of March 10, 2020, the COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Not only has the virus devastated thousands of lives, it has also affected economies worldwide. D&O Cases With the spread of the coronavirus, businesses should prepare themselves for the likelihood of an increase in shareholder suits. The success …

OSHA Form 300A Posting Requirements Began February 1st

February isn’t just a month for wondering if Punxsutawney Phil will predict six weeks until spring or six more weeks of winter, it is that time of year to discuss and ensure you are compliant with the OSHA Form 300A requirements. Beginning February 1st to April 30th , OSHA mandates that certain employers with 10 or more employees post copies …

Some Possible Causes for Rate Increases

When you have the Insurance Equivalent of a “Perfect Storm”, Rates Ultimately Go Up!

Across the world, climate change is wreaking havoc on the environment. In the United States, scientists, citizens, and the government all feel the negative impact global warming has on the environment, such as an increase in natural disasters. For insurers, claims have been quite high because of the stronger hurricanes on the east coast, increased wildfires on the west coast, and wind and hailstorms in the Midwest.

AB 5: Employees VS Independent Contractors

AB 5 is a law passed by the California state legislature and signed into effect by California governor Gavin Newsom. AB5 restricts who can be considered an independent contractor, which is why it is important to understand what AB5 is and how it affects business owners and independent contractors.