Fall Home Maintenance Tips

While spring is a common time for many homeowners to spend some extra attention on upkeep and maintenance, autumn is just as critical a season for preparing your home to withstand the potentially harsh winter weather and temperature conditions that may await you. By making maintenance part of your annual fall routine you can identify potential...

Do I Need Business Interruption Insurance?

Most people would never consider opening a business without first purchasing property insurance to cover the cost to repair or replace a building or equipment that’s been damaged due to a covered...

Insuring your home-based business

What you need to know if you work from home Whether you’re running a part-time, seasonal or full-time business from your home, you’ll want to carefully consider your risks and insurance needs....

9 Ways to Lead Your Team Into an Unknowable Future

The workplace is changed. As parts of the world begin to loosen coronavirus-related restrictions, organizations are emerging from COVID-induced hibernation. These transitions back to work are gradual....

How to Break In a New Car

Breaking in a new car is a practice that has been recommended by manufacturers for decades. It’s a combination of driving techniques, precautions, and maintenance tasks, which are ultimately supposed...

Understanding the Insurance Claims Payment Process

  After a disaster, you want to get back to normal as soon as possible, and your insurance company wants that too! You may get multiple checks from your insurer as you make temporary...

Employee Benefit Liability

Employee benefits liability (EBL) is insurance that covers businesses from errors and omissions that occur when employee benefit plans are administered. These errors and omissions may include failing...

What Should We Still Be Cleaning And Disinfecting To Prevent COVID-19?

The sales of disinfecting sprays and wipes skyrocketed in recent months as the public scrambled to more frequently disinfect commonly touched surfaces and items that could spread the coronavirus. We...

Happy Labor Day!

All of us at Zeiler Insurance Services, Inc. would like to wish you a Happy Labor Day. Our offices will be closed on Monday September 7th. We apologize for any inconveniences. Should there be...

Responding to an Employee's Positive Coronavirus Test

As the number of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases grows daily, employers across the country are dealing with the difficult situation of responding to an employee’s positive COVID-19...

Workers’ Compensation Insurance: An Overview

Workers’ compensation coverage pays benefits to workers injured on the job, including medical care, part of lost wages and permanent disability. It also provides death benefits to dependents...

What Does Cyber Insurance Cover?

Across industry lines, organizations have become increasingly reliant on workplace technology to conduct key business operations. Whether it be for communication purposes, e-commerce, or...

Introducing our Renewal Center

It is an ongoing task when working on ways to improve the service to our customers. It all starts with our account managers and I’m proud to have a great team here at the agency. We also look...

From Pests to Pets: Does Your Insurance Cover Animal Damage?

You might assume that your homeowners insurance would cover any and all animal damage. But, most insurance policies treat animal-related damage differently depending on factors specific to the...

Online Identity Theft Prevention

Going online has become part of everyday life, whether it is for everyday activities such as shopping, sending email or paying bills, and managing your accounts. But data breaches, in all their forms,...

8 Tips for Preventing Fires in Your Home

Fire Prevention Week kicks off Sunday, and it's critical that older Americans take steps to stay safe. Statistics show that the risk of dying in a residential fire is greater as people age because...

How to Make a Risk Management Checklist That Encourages Company Safety

You probably have a checklist for everything from standard operating procedures to opening and closing your shop. But do you have any documentation to combat theft, accidents, and other business risks...

Heat Illness FAQ

Even though summer is winding down, chances are there will still be some hot days remaining. And if you work in an indoor environment where heat is a constant issue, your employees may face...

OSHA Guidance for Reopening Nonessential Businesses

On June 18, 2020, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released guidance to help employers plan how to reopen nonessential businesses. The guidance also addresses issues employers...

Your Auto Insurance Policy Does Not Cover Delivery

Our Covid experience is changing the way we live. How we socialize, consume products, and how we work is all evolving. The demand for having products delivered has never been greater. Before...
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