Auto accidents happen to the best and worst of drivers and the worst times. No matter how good of a driver you think you are…it's best to always be prepared for an accident to happen. That way…you have one less thing to worry about if the time comes.
Because the time after an accident can be emotional and confusing…we have put together a list of do's and don'ts for you to hopefully make it easier if an accident occurs.
Remember: the information and statements you do or don't collect will make an impact on the way your claim works out with your insurance company. It is very important to make sure that you collect what is needed.
Most business managers and owners are well aware of the threat of loss from outsiders, and use a variety of methods to reduce this risk. From locks on the doors, to security guards and dogs, to complex electronic burglar alarm systems, many preventative steps are taken.
However, it is often the case that less attention is dedicated to reducing the risk of theft by an insider. No one wants to believe that an employee will purposely defraud the company of money. Most people want to trust their employees, and rightly so. But it only takes one bad apple to do significant damage. Depending on the person's position within the company, and the length of time the theft continues, substantial losses can result. Business owners often have a tendency to believe “it can't happen here.”