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Resort Risk Management: 5 Tips for Keeping Guests Safe 

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Resort in the mountains

As a resort owner and operator, you know it’s important to keep your facilities up-to-date. Periodically remodeling bathrooms, installing new landscaping and optimizing your website are all par for the course in resort maintenance and management. But, have you considered upgrading your security measures too? Keeping your guests safe and secure while they are on your property represents one of the most important services that you can offer. And, it…

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Own an RV Park or Campground? 3 Strategies to Protect Your Guests

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Men camping around a fire

Much like high school football games and Fourth of July celebrations, exploring the great outdoors is an enduring and iconic American tradition. One that allows friends and families to forge lifelong memories. Listening to crackling campfires under the stars, spending lazy Saturdays fishing on the dock and making road trips to places not yet explored. That’s why it’s no surprise that it’s such a popular way to relax – nearly…

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Selecting the Right Malpractice Coverage: 3 Best Practices

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Male Doctor

If you own a medical practice, you likely enjoy the benefits of being a white coat entrepreneur. You can set your own schedule and focus on delivering the best care for patients in your community. Unlike practices that are part of hospital systems, you are much more involved in terms of the decision-making process when it comes to purchasing insurance to safeguard your assets. If you are evaluating your insurance…

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Risk Management: 4 Strategies for Contractors

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Construction contractors

Whether you manage residential renovations specializing in sustainable building practices or large-scale, landmark commercial builds, you know that any construction project can potentially pose serious safety hazards. With materials regularly weighing several tons and tradesmen often working several stories off the ground, you simply can’t be too careful. That’s why it’s important to be proactive about maintaining a job site that protects your employees from harm by eliminating unnecessary hazards….

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5 Ways to Protect Your Revenue Stream from the Unexpected

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Small Business Owner

Owning and operating your own business is the definition of the American Dream for many. The perks? You control your schedule, define your roles and responsibilities and the sky is the limit in terms of the trajectory of your success. Along with the up-side of being an entrepreneur, there are considerable financial risks. Though, there are proven strategies you can implement to protect yourself (and your bottom line). Whether you’re…

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3 Costly Mistakes Restaurant Owners Make (That You Can Easily Avoid)

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Restaurant Kitchen Scene

Were you born with an unrelenting entrepreneurial streak? Thinking about quitting your 9 to 5 desk job to open your own gastropub or neighborhood pizza joint? If so, kudos to you! While you’ve probably heard anecdotal stories about how it can be challenging to build up a loyal base of patrons it is, in fact, entirely within your reach. While it may not be easy for some, you shouldn’t let…

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4 Car Safety Features That Can Help Save You Money (And Your Life)

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Businessman driving a car

With more than 253 million cars and trucks on the road, it’s no surprise that car accidents are becoming an increasingly common occurrence. In fact, if the trend continues, road traffic injuries are projected to become the fifth leading cause of death by 2030. Propelling this trend, in large part, is the fact that so many people can’t put their phones down – even while driving. Distracted driving is playing…

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[Jewelry Insurance] Protecting Your Christmas Memories

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A woman wearing a diamond engagement ring

Planning on surprising a (very lucky!) loved one with jewelry for Christmas this year? If so, be sure to also “gift” yourself the peace of mind that it’s protected. A good jewelry insurance policy can be a lifesaver in the event that it’s damaged, lost or stolen. But, there are a few important things to keep in mind when you are shopping for coverage. Here are four tips to help…

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Danger After a Forest Fire

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Friends, as the Gatlinburg area rebuilds please be careful. I have dealt with claims and been around mudslides in the past, this can be a scary time. Below are a few things learned from these experiences: Pay attention to where you are as the rain falls and you are assessing damage. Be aware that a mudslide can happen at anytime after a fire, it could occur weeks, months, even years…

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Fly-Fishing: Prioritizing Client Safety

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A trout swimming in the river

The life of a professional fly-fishing guide is an enviable one. Instead of being confined by four walls, your office consists of wide open spaces, rocky banks with limestone ledges and streams packed with largemouth bass and rainbow trout. Anglers who have chosen this career (or maybe this career chose them?) are fortunate to be able to use their personal passions to help others while also earning a living. Though,…

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