Imagine this: a fire seriously damages the structure of your office. You’re forced to shut down for three months as repairs are made. Would you be able to incur all of the costs — your mortgage or rent, payroll, taxes, and more — without any revenue coming in? Continue reading “Safeguard Your Business with Business Interruption Insurance”
Small business owners — you’ve worked so hard to build your business, but is it adequately protected from the things you can’t plan? Insurance is one of most critical components of your business plan and can protect you from a myriad of unexpected disasters. Continue reading “Small Business Insurance: Necessary Coverages and Endorsements to Consider”
Happy #TeenDriverSafetyWeek! Learning to drive can be a great time in a teenager’s life, and a bit stressful for parents. While driving gives teenagers more independence, it also comes with many new responsibilities.
Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we know that education is key to success, which is why we’ve compiled some important tips for parents and teens. Talk to your teen driver about these safe driving best practices — and don’t forget to always set a good example! Continue reading “Teen Driver Safety Week Tips”
Do you engage in distracted driving behaviors? Distracted driving occurs anytime your attention is not focused on driving or the road ahead. Distractions can be cognitive, visual, or manual, but they all take away from your main responsibility when you’re behind the wheel — that of driving safely. Continue reading “Eyes on the Road — 10 Distracted Driving Prevention Tips to Keep You Safe Behind the Wheel”
As a business owner, we know know that you have a lot on your plate. Not only are you responsible for maintaining and growing your business, you also have clients, employees, and suppliers to worry about. Keeping everyone safe is always a priority, but are you doing enough to protect yourself from cyber attacks? Continue reading “Cyber Security and Your Business — What You Need to Know”
Office slip and falls can happen anywhere. According to the National Safety Council, falls are the second highest cause of workplace injuries. Besides being painful and inconvenient for the injured worker, these types of accidents have a huge impact on your business as well. Every time an employee is injured on the job, you face a loss of productivity, not to mention increased insurance premiums. So what can you do to make your workplace safer for everyone? Follow these simple tips to minimize your risk of slips and falls. Continue reading “10 Fall Prevention Tips to Make Your Workplace Safer”
As summer winds down, it’s time to start thinking ahead to the fall. For parents and students, this means getting #BackToSchool. If you’re a parent of a college student, or a student yourself, you may be wondering about the best options for your insurance. At Quincy Mutual Group, we understand how important insurance coverage can be, especially for young adults. To help ease the process, we’ve put together answers to some of the top insurance questions students and parents have. Continue reading “#BackToSchool Insurance Questions: Answered”
Restaurant owners — are you doing everything you can to make sure your business is protected? Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we understand how difficult it is to build and grow a business. Our goal is to help you protect everything you’ve worked so hard for, which is why we’re sharing some important tips to help you do just that.
No matter what type of family-style restaurant you own, the following are important safety and insurance insights that you should consider when setting up or modifying your insurance program. Continue reading “Insurance and Safety Tips for Family-Style Restaurants”
The sun is out and the kids are home — time to get outside! At Quincy Mutual Group, we want everyone to have a fun and safe summer, no matter where you are. If you’ll be spending time with your family in the backyard, keep these safety tips in mind to minimize your risks of injury. Continue reading “Backyard Safety Tips”
In the summer … we grill. (Actually, there are quite a few New Englanders who will grill all year long despite a raging blizzard…) But, for the most part, most people fire up the grill in the warmer months and enjoy that char-grilled taste all summer long. Continue reading “Summer Grilling Safety Tips”