Planning for Construction Risk

Jonathan BelekBusiness Insurance, Construction, Workers Compensation

The construction industry is flourishing, with outlooks like the Wells Fargo 2016 Construction Industry Forecast’s Optimism Quotient predicting that local construction, profits, equipment purchases and rentals and overall future growth will be strong this year.  Add to this that warmer weather means the busy construction season is here and it’s a great time to be in the industry, whether you’re an independent … Read More

Are you Protecting Your Construction Business Properly?

Jonathan BelekBusiness Insurance, Construction

2016 is expected to be a strong, steady year of growth in the construction industry, with the 2016 Dodge Construction Outlook predicting that the U.S. construction starts for 2016 will rise 6% to $712 billion.  This environment is expected to be supported by the U.S. economy, with relaxed lending standards and support from state and local construction bond measures.  And … Read More

Connecticut Directors and Officers: Core Behaviors of Success

EditorBusiness Insurance

Connecticut Directors and Officers: Core Behaviors of Success Connecticut Directors and Officers of a corporation often hold a great deal of power and influence. As the face of a company, an organization’s leadership can make or break the public opinion about not only the business work culture, but also the brand itself. In recent years greater mistrust of corporate America … Read More

Wallingford Business Insurance: Challenges with Marketing to Children

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Wallingford Business Insurance: Challenges with Marketing to Children  Soft-drink producers have fallen under investigation in recent years for their marketing tactics. Many beverage producers, including Monster Beverage Company and 5-Hour Energy, have been accused of unfairly marketing their allegedly dangerous energy drinks to children. For over two years the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been cracking down on the … Read More