Society Insurance understands that business downtime can have a huge financial impact on business owners. While some insurance companies say that your business must be shut down for at least 72 hours before they will reimburse you for loss of business income, we know that you start losing money at minute one. That’s why Society’s business income coverage kicks in immediately with no waiting period. When a covered cause of loss interrupts your “business as usual,” how long do you want to wait? (more…)
It is no secret that criminals are getting smarter at using technology to their advantage. Unfortunately, that means your business could be the victim of a data breach left to face tremendous financial costs, lost customers and a damaged reputation. When word gets out that data was compromised at your business, it may take time to convince customers that it is safe to come back. (more…)
Society’s insurance case studies are real-life stories, explaining complex business situations from start to finish. These stories detail how business owners and insurance companies work together to overcome unique and unexpected challenges.
In this case study, an accident caused by a customer resulted in serious employee injuries and significant property damage.
The sky is dark as a storm system moves through your community. Overhead power lines have been damaged by strong winds, causing a blackout at your business. You are suddenly without power and unable to conduct business. How will this affect your business income? (more…)
Joshua Schams, owner/operator of Club Oasis in Sparta, Wis. shares reasons why he protects his tavern/restaurant with Society Insurance – including knowledge of his unique business, risk control services, and superior coverage protection and value.
Take a moment to watch what Joshua has to say and share his message. Learn more about the difference Society can make for your business by contacting your local independent agent.
If you were a business owner somewhere between Minnesota and Maine this winter, there is a likelihood that your power was interrupted due to the massive ice storm that swept the Midwest and East Coast. If you were able to open, did large icicles hang perilously from your building putting your customers in harm’s way? Don’t forget about that slippery sidewalk and parking lot! What if an employee slips and falls while taking out the trash? What if a customer walks outside and gets hit in the head with an ice chunk or falls down and fractures their hip? Will they (or their lawyer) say that you didn’t properly clear the sidewalk, which caused them to fall? Most importantly, how will that affect your reputation as a business owner? Ice storms can wreak havoc this time of year! (more…)