Alliance Insurance Group Blog: construction
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Friday, April 17, 2015Independent contractors will be scrutinized even more, by both state and federal regulatory bodies. In a December 2014 Wall Street Journal article, the Department of Labor’s (DOL) chief enforcer identified misclassification of independent contractors as one of its biggest enforcement issues. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 11, 2014Business owners are always trying to contain costs for their business. They do the right thing and provide Workers Compensation insurance for their employees because accidents happen. And what does the insurance company do when the business uses the insurance that they pay for? READ MORE >>
Tuesday, July 29, 2014Accidents can happen anywhere, including at home and in the workplace. You can slip, fall, run into objects or be struck by them, end up with strains and sprains from lifting or moving something too heavy, or suffer serious injury and even death from exposure to power sources or accidents with machinery. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, July 16, 2014Safety and the protection of workers’ health during industrial activities are of paramount concern, and there are certain risks in the construction industry that may not be obvious. One such risk is crystalline silica exposure. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 20, 2014Erecting a building is a highly detailed project that can take months to accomplish, all the while exposing the unfinished structure to the risk of damage due to inclement weather and other forces of nature. Each year, property losses caused by fire, storms, and other weather events cost tens of billions of dollars in necessary repairs. READ MORE >>