Business Insurance Archive
Workers compensation frequently asked questions
"Act of war" or terrorism? Answer could decide insurance payments
"Hole-in-one" insurance: For contests that will break the bank
2004 laptop theft losses top $6.7 million
A tangle of insurance claims follows terrorist attacks
AIG completes acquisition of HSB Group
And the Oscar goes to . . . an insurer?
Asbestos settlements may reach $200 billion
Businesses can cover exposure to sexual harassment claims
Businesses protect themselves from bad weather
Businesses shelling out more for commercial policies
Buying group health insurance; the online experience
California subpoenas U.S. Life Insurance Co. over workers comp
California takes the reins at Fremont Indemnity Co.
California workers comp market could be on the rebound
Californians can breathe easier with new tax audit insurance
Captive insurance groups help avert major risks
Car insurance for a home-based business
Commercial insurance deregulation: What's in it for you?
Commercial insurance rate deregulation applauded by many states
Commercial insurance rate rise expected to continue
Commercial insurance rates on the rise
Computer claims jump as laptops gain favor
Congress warns of
Controlling your workers comp premium
Crime doesn't pay, but crime insurance does
Cyberspace and the workplace: Tips for effective e-mail and Internet use policies
Dealing with the disaster in New York: How insurers are responding
Directors and Officers insurance cleans up executive messes
Directors and officers insurance in turmoil as rates skyrocket
Discrimination lawsuits can be pricey without proper coverage
Enron debacle causes companies to increase fiduciary liability insurance
Experts uncertain if anthrax exposure is covered by business insurance
FAQ - What is the typical waiting period before employees become eligible for a new employer's health plan?
Fatal workplace injuries by event or exposure, 1992-1998
Frontier Insurance Co. to stop selling insurance
Got leaks? Insurance for times when everyone knows your business
Hacker attack? Get insurance for it
Health, life, and disability insurance for home-business owners
Hole-in-one insurance company pocketed premiums and didn't pay
How can I find a health plan if I'm self-employed?
How can my company decide which diseases, treatments, and conditions to cover with our health plan?
How to choose an agent or broker for group health insurance
How to fight workers comp fraud in your business
How to prevent office holiday parties from becoming legal actions
How to shop for home-based business insurance
ILOVEYOU -- P.S. Do you have insurance?
Industries with the most injuries and illnesses, 1998
Insurance claims disputes from terrorist attacks may be funneled to one court
Insurance for Internet business: Are you protected?
Insurance for the global playing field
Insurance industry can handle terrorist, hurricane claims for now, but...
Insure.com FAQ: How does the health insurance company determine our group's premium?
Insure.com FAQ: What is the difference among HMO, PPO and POS health plans?
Insurers and airlines face years of litigation over terrorist attacks
Is there a federal law or state law that requires employers to offer health benefits?
Is your business ready for disaster?
It's Ground Zero for catastrophe teams handling claims from terrorist attacks
Judge says World Trade Center collapse is single insurable loss
Key person insurance can help companies mourning an owner or executive
Kidnap and ransom insurance to the rescue
Laptop woes: Dropped, soaked and lost
Law firm calls for relaxation of New York deadlines for filing insurance claims
Liggett sues its own insurers for millions in legal fees
Look before you leap: Insurance tips for a merger or acquisition
Microsoft's insurers escape defense payments in antitrust suits
Ohio places Credit General into financial rehabilitation
Ohio takes workers comp online
OSHA's ergonomics standard causes lawsuits and controversy
Ouch! Risk management for workplace injuries
Page 2: Insurance for the Internet: Are you protected?
Policy covers online credit-card fraud
Protect your Palm with new coverage for handheld computers
Protect yourself: Make sure the businesses you deal with are properly insured
Reality TV's extreme stunts demand extreme insurance protection
Reliance Insurance parent files for bankruptcy
Report: Zero insurers went bankrupt due to 9/11 terrorist attacks
Safeco shrinks, plans to drop 14 types of insurance
Scaring up haunted house insurance
Self-insuring workers comp: Is it for you?
Shopping for workers compensation insurance
Small business group health insurance: Frequently asked questions
Small business insurance articles
Small business insurance- Insure for the worst, hope for the best
Small businesses offer big benefits through PEOs, part II
Small businesses receive big benefits through PEOs
Strength in numbers: Group health for your small business
Survey finds Americans unsure about the benefits of class action lawsuits
Survey says more employers offer benefits for alternative care
Swiss Re says collapse of the World Trade Center is one insured loss, not two
Terrorism insurance bill reaches awkward compromise
Terrorist attacks gave insurers the excuse to hike prices, says consumer group
Terrorist attacks may change the face of insurance forever
The basics of workers compensation insurance
The Hartford expands Spectrum small-business policy
The Hartford offers Internet coverage for small businesses
The return of competition: the current state of worker's compensation in California
The rights of your pot-smoking co-workers
Tips for avoiding desk rage at work
Tips to help your business survive a disaster
Tornado tips for businesses
Total WTC insurance claims conservatively estimated at $40 billion
Tragedies and travel insurance: Are you covered?
Two mutual medical malpractice insurers merge
USAA partners with The Hartford for small business insurance
Using your personal car for business
What percentage of the health insurance premium does an employer usually pay?
Workers comp costs spiraling down for sixth straight year
Workers compensation insurance costs increase, availability decreases
Workers worry the party's over: Health and retirement benefits are top concerns
Workplace-violence insurance: Meeting an unfortunate need
World Trade Center losses lower than originally expected
Zurich offers billing and other services online
Zurich says it won't pay for cell phone brain-cancer lawsuits