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Real business problems solved by Society

When disaster strikes our policyholders, they count on Society to step in and help piece things back together. With over 100 years in business, we’ve handled all sorts of issues for the industries we specialize in. Here are a few real-life examples detailing how we’ve helped small business owners like you overcome unique industry challenges.

 
 
  • Ensuring an Accurate Final Premium


    The idea of an audit doesn’t appeal to most people. Even the simple word “audit” has a negative connotation. After all, what good could possibly come out of an audit? Does the IRS ever give money back on an audit? Fortunately, an insurance premium audit might be the one type of audit in this world that doesn’t necessarily mean doom and gloom.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Case Study, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • Preventing Summer Slips, Trips and Falls


    Everyone knows to be careful during the winter months when temperatures dip below freezing and there’s snow or ice on the ground. What people often neglect to consider is that hazards still exist in the summer months, both indoors and outdoors. In fact, it’s the element of surprise that can make summer slips, trips and falls more severe than those that occur in winter.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Supermarkets & Grocery Stores, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations, Restaurants & Bars, Auto Service & Garage, Contractors, Cleancare & Waterworks, Food & Beverage Producers, Hotels, Motels & Resorts, Medical Offices & Clinics, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance, Workers Compensation

  • Mitigating Data Breach


    A data breach is embarrassing, costly and potentially business crushing. But it is avoidable. There are steps even the smallest businesses can take to mitigate the possibility of a data breach or its destructive impact if one is experienced.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Supermarkets & Grocery Stores, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations, Restaurants & Bars, Auto Service & Garage, Contractors, Cleancare & Waterworks, Hotels, Motels & Resorts, Medical Offices & Clinics, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • Crime Prevention for Restaurants, Bars and Taverns


    Restaurants, bars and taverns can be targets for robbery, burglary and theft. These businesses may accumulate a large amount of cash during daily operations, which makes them attractive targets for criminal activity. Fortunately, business owners can implement safety measures to mitigate the risk.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Restaurants & Bars, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • Protect Your Business: Employee Background Checks


    Conducting a proper and fair background check on potential employees is not easy, but it is an effective way to discover potential issues that could hurt your business.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Supermarkets & Grocery Stores, Convenience Stores & Gas Stations, Restaurants & Bars, Auto Service & Garage, Contractors, Cleancare & Waterworks, Food & Beverage Producers, Hotels, Motels & Resorts, Medical Offices & Clinics, Risk Management, Small Business, Society Insurance

  • Identify and Eliminate Restaurant Fires


    One of the biggest threats to restaurant and bar owners is fire, which can be a costly and potentially business-ending disaster. Grease accumulation, equipment malfunction and general poor housekeeping are all potential dangers and perpetual fire hazards. From 2006-2010, an estimated average of 7,640 structure fires in restaurants and bars were reported to U.S. fire departments per year.

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    This Case Study was posted on in Restaurants & Bars, Risk Management, Society Insurance

  • Out of State Workers Compensation: Avoiding Liability Exposures Across State Lines


    A common mistake an employer can make is to buy workers compensation insurance in one state while having employees working and/or living in another state. This creates a liability exposure in which the policy you purchased may not have coverage for claims generated by these employees. Is there a gap in your coverage?

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    This Case Study was posted on in Small Business, Society Insurance, Workers Compensation

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