Workplace Safety: The Business Owner’s Perspective

Workplace safety is not just about protecting your employees. It’s also about protecting your business. In fact, workplace safety can have a big impact on your bottom line. Here are three ways that workplace safety can cost you money if you’re not careful:...

6 High Net Worth Insurance Considerations

When you have a high net worth, it’s important to think about all the ways you can be exposed to liability and damages. Your assets are more valuable and you may have more at stake if something goes wrong. That’s why it’s important to work with an...

Top 3 Special Events That Need Insurance

Having a special event? Graduation parties, weddings, and even farmers’ markets are events that become very popular as the weather warms up, and getting outside and gathering together to celebrate are moments we all enjoy. Most people do not realize that along...

Boating Insurance: Peace of Mind on the Water

The Jersey Shore is a great location to have fun in the sun while aboard a boat, and boating season is fast approaching. Whether you are boating on the ocean, fishing in the Shrewsbury River, or cruising around in a personal watercraft on the Navesink, it’s...

What ERISA Means for You: Employee Benefits Protection

ERISA stands for the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, a piece of legislation that was enacted in 1974 to protect employee benefits. ERISA sets minimum standards for most retirement plans offered by private companies, and also provides regulations for welfare...

D&O insurance: What It Covers and Why You Need It

When you are a director or officer of a company, it is important to be aware of the risks that come with the position. Directors and officers can be held liable for wrongful acts committed in their role within the company. This is where D&O insurance comes in....