Archive for the ‘General Liability’ Category

What is the New Hampshire Second Injury Fund?

April 3rd - By  | General Liability, Small Business, Workers Compensation | No Comments »

The New Hampshire Second Injury Fund (NHSIF) was established in 1975 as a mechanism to promote the hiring of individuals with pre-existing conditions, injuries or disabilities.  The NHSIF provides employers and their insurance carriers with limited liability for subsequent injuries that are sustained by such individuals in the course & scope of employment by reimbursing… Read more


When it Comes to Reporting Claims, Time is of the Essence

March 26th - By  | Automobile, General Liability, Small Business, Workers Compensation | 1 Comment »

Every commercial policy I’ve ever read has an insurance condition requiring that an insured notify their insurer of a claim in a timely fashion.


Personal and Property Protection Pertaining to Packaging Pallets

March 18th - By  | General Liability, Property, Safety | No Comments »

-That’s a Nod to Dr. Seuss, who is celebrated this month There are a lot of things in life which are everywhere, so ubiquitous that we don’t even think about them:  a pillow, shopping bags, books, pens.  If one stops to think about these items, they aren’t as simple as we would think.  The wrong… Read more


Your Liability as a Farm Employer

March 14th - By  | Farm & Agriculture, General Liability, Workers Compensation | No Comments »

As a farmer, you have a lot of concerns: weather; financing; crop yield; commodity prices; regulation; and the list goes on. Have you ever spent time thinking about your legal liabilities because you hire employees? Simply stated, a farmer can sometimes be held liable for damages to third parties as a result of negligent actions… Read more


Carbon Monoxide: Winter’s Silent Enemy

February 20th - By  | General Liability, Safety | No Comments »

What is carbon monoxide and where is it found? Carbon monoxide, otherwise known by its chemical symbol, “CO”, is an odorless, colorless gas that can cause sudden illness and/or death.  It is found in combustion fumes such as those produced by cars, trucks, gasoline engines, stoves, burning fuels such as wood and charcoal and heating… Read more