To stay safe amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans are advised to stay quarantined, and that means millions of people no longer visiting restaurants. Because of this, many restaurateurs are adapting to this era of “social distancing” by offering delivery to local patrons. While this may be an excellent way to stay afloat during this challenging time, it also comes with its own set of risks to the business owner. If you’ve recently added a delivery service to your restaurant, you need to consider commercial auto insurance and other types of coverage for delivery drivers.
Millions of dollars are spent on construction in South Carolina each year. From rebuilding after tropical storms to adding real estate to a growing community, construction is the foundation of our culture and economy. But, like all major projects, construction comes with significant risk. For anyone involved with a building project, obtaining and understanding builder’s risk insurance can help mitigate risk and give you peace of mind so you can focus on the job at hand.