Tag: Delivery


September 25 • EPLIWorker's Compensation

What does the California AB5 (gig economy) ruling mean for insurance?

California signed the AB5 (Gig Economy) ruling into law. This will have ramifications for the entire US insurance market, not just for CA.


July 24 • HNOA

What is Hired and Non Owned Auto (HNOA) Insurance?

Does your business rent or hire vehicles? You should know about Hired and Non-Owned Auto Insurance. We break down who needs it and why.


September 21 • Insurance Pro TipsWorker's Compensation

How Insurance Companies Measure Payroll (and Bill You For It)

Payroll is payroll, right? If you’re a growing business operating in the 21st century, you’ve most likely read about or experienced the importance of separating salaried employees from 1099 workers (Independent Contractors).  If you’re less well-read on the subject, bottom line is this: at the end of the year, your workers compensation insurance carrier will “audit”


July 13 • Founder ShieldInsurance Pro TipsRisk Management Tips

FS101: Minimum On-Demand Delivery Insurance Requirements

Update: We’ve released a new whitepaper examining the Sharing Economy industry. We dive into the insurance landscape, legal climate and how to approach risk management for companies in this sector. You can download the report here! Basic risk management tips for on-demand delivery companies We work with no shortage of on-demand companies operating in the ride share, car


February 23 • Commercial Auto

How to Get Auto Insurance for On-Demand Companies

Update: We’ve released a new whitepaper examining the Sharing Economy industry. We dive into the insurance landscape, legal climate and how to approach risk management for companies in this sector. You can download the report here! So you’re starting an on-demand company… The Basics Getting insurance in general can be a total pain (although we


December 2 • Insurance Pro TipsRisk Management Tips

2 Sneaky Ways Business Insurance Adds Value for Startups

Subtle Value-adds: Business Insurance It’s easy to think insurance is surplus when the company is just getting off the ground.  In the grand scheme of to-dos, insurance should probably fall by the wayside to goals like acquiring users, making money, building a minimum viable product, or finding investors. Most founders think of buying insurance as