Failing to Account for Worst-Case Scenarios

A slip-and-fall during the backyard barbecue and pool party for your favorite charity. The tree limb that breaks and falls while a guest is on the rope swing at the edge of your lakefront home. A grinding collision during a cruise on the water with friends in your new boat. The potential for mayhem –… Read more »

How to Control your Commercial Auto Policy Costs

Respondeat superior. Yes, that’s another Latin phrase few of us learned in school. But if you’re the owner of a company whose employees drive company-owned or even their own vehicles for work, it’s a phrase you’d better understand. Very simply, we’re talking about a legal doctrine that translates into “let the master answer.” That means… Read more »