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All of our FBinsure offices will be closed on Nov 26th, 27th & 28th for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Have a safe and happy holiday!
Submitted by Brenna Gimler on Fri, 2015-11-20 14:00
Workplace safety violations are serious things. Disregard for safety in the workplace can not only be deadly, it can also be quite costly. If those two things alone are not enough incentive to nudge you to ensure that extreme caution is observed in every working hour then this might. OSHA will be increasing safety violation fines for the first time in 25 years.
Submitted by Brenna Gimler on Fri, 2015-11-06 11:29
Written by Frank Pennachio, Co-Founder Oceanus Partners
The workplace doesn’t look like it used to look. More and more employees are working from home, or other remote locations. There is an increasing use of temporary labor, and independent contractors. And, some employers are outsourcing the employee administration, payroll, and human resource functions to Professional Employer Organizations, also known as employee leasing.
Submitted by John Tessier on Sat, 2015-10-31 10:00
With the cold weather creeping in and winter on its way, it is time to store your classic car for the winter. The key to keeping a vehicle in tip top shape is not just how your care for it while you use it, but how you store it when not in use. Below are some tips on how to properly store your classic car for the winter.
PREPPING FOR STORAGE
1. Wash and wax your vehicle. This will reduce the chance of scratches when putting on and removing your car cover due to dirt and grit on the vehicle.
Submitted by John Tessier on Thu, 2015-10-22 17:01
Winter is coming. Winter’s freezing temperatures can bring a litany of problems for a homeowner. Many people learned this firsthand last winter during the ice dam fiasco that plagued the region. Another major source of homeowner headaches during the winter months are frozen pipes. The damage caused by burst pipes can be massive as water leaks into the walls and floors of the home.
Submitted by Brenna Gimler on Thu, 2015-10-15 09:00
In our final review of the Workers’ Compensation Claims process, we will detail the claims appeals process.
Filing an appeal
Submitted by Brenna Gimler on Fri, 2015-10-09 10:30
Last week we reviewed a few basics of the Workers’ Compensation claims process. This week we take a deeper dive into some of the processes surrounding hearings and appeals after a claim has been filed.
Submitted by Brenna Gimler on Thu, 2015-10-01 13:00
We regularly answer questions about the Workers' Compensation Claims Process. This can be a confusing and frustrating process to understand if you are trying to navigate it alone. Over the next few weeks we will break this process down into three parts in an effort to help you better understand how it works.
Submitted by Ed McGuire on Thu, 2015-09-24 09:19