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What is Valuable Papers Insurance and Why do Lawyers Need It?

Valuable papers insurance reimburses the policyholder for the cost of any valuable papers such as wills, trusts, corporate charters and other records that are lost for any reason.

How to be Productive if You Are Working From Home!

The Lawyers Financial Office Insurance Program comes with a range of coverages designed to fit the needs of a Canadian lawyer but what exactly is included. 

Insurance 101: What is CGL? 

What Is Commercial Liability Insurance? Business owners know that commercial liability insurance is a must have as it is often a prerequisite to getting a loan or leasing an office space. 

Insurance 101: What is Umbrella Insurance? 

What happens if your business is held liable for judgment amounts that exceed the liability coverage limits of your insurance policy, or multiple claims have been made against your business?  

5 Ways to Prevent Burglary and Theft at Your Office

Burglary and theft are a growing concern for small business owners. It has a serious impact on the bottom line and can leave your business at risk of having to close shop.

Best Practices for Working Remotely

Working from home has become a full-time reality for many of us as we do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. It can take some adjustment however, as you may find your focus...

Maintaining Vacant Commercial Properties

These are unprecedented times, with self-isolation requirements resulting in lawfirms being shut down, and/or employees working from home wherever possible.

How to Ensure Your Law Firm is Prepared for a Loss

Try as you might to run an efficient business free of workplace hazards, weather-related losses are unavoidable. Over $380 million in property damage was caused by the recent windstorm that tore its way across southern Ontario in May. According to a report by the Insurance Burea of Canada, this was the most expensive event for insurers since 2013’s Toronto floods.

Although you may not be able to steer clear of weather catastrophes, you can take the extra step to ensure your business is prepared to minimize any further damages


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