Identifying Cyber Liability Risks

Posted on: October 27, 2016 by Goodrich & Watson

If you watch or read the national news (or are following the presidential race), you’re well aware that computer hacking attacks have reached epidemic levels. Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta was hacked by WikiLeaks, Russian operatives are suspected of hacking into the Democratic National Committee, and corporate giants including Home Depot, Target, and Ebay […] Read More

Is Your Small Business Vulnerable to Employee Theft?

Posted on: July 27, 2016 by Goodrich & Watson

To reduce risk, your first line of defense as a small business owner is to make sure you have a comprehensive Virginia Small Business Insurance policy. While insurance is a life-saver after an incident or disaster occurs, it cannot prevent unfortunate incidents – including dishonest employees stealing from your business.  You might be surprised by what […] Read More

Is Your Business Vulnerable to Cyber Crime?

Posted on: May 19, 2016 by Goodrich & Watson

If you run a small business, you may assume you’re immune from cyber crime. “Why would a hacker bother with my business when they can gain more by targeting multi-million dollar corporations?” Is your business vulnerable to cyber crime? If you use computers, tablets, or smart phones for your business, you are vulnerable to cyber crime. […] Read More

Auto Insurance: Not Just For Big Businesses

Posted on: April 28, 2016 by Goodrich & Watson

If you own a small business in Virginia, you probably realize the importance of carrying business owner’s insurance, worker’s compensation insurance, and property insurance on your building and its contents. You may not realize that for some businesses, carrying Virginia Commercial Car Insurance is also necessary. Don’t make the mistake of assuming your personal car […] Read More