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NEW BOOK SHOWS BUSINESS-OWNERS HOW TO AVOID LOSSES AND PROTECT ASSETS BY GETTING THE BEST INSURANCE COVERAGE POSSIBLE

 NEW BOOK SHOWS BUSINESS-OWNERS HOW TO AVOID LOSSES AND
 PROTECT ASSETS BY GETTING THE BEST INSURANCE COVERAGE POSSIBLE
 NEW YORK, July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Property insurance, liability insurance, health insurance, workers compensation -- the number and types of insurance coverage available to today's businesses is mind- boggling. And while most business-owners know how to run their companies effectively, they know very little about how to insure their businesses against risk, loss and catastrophe. Without the proper coverage, a lifetime of work can go up in smoke due to fire, theft, or lawsuit.
 Until now, there has been no complete source of insurance information for the small or new business-owner. Economist Sean Mooney, senior vice president of the Insurance Information Institute, has compiled all the necessary data in "Insuring Your Business," the ultimate guide to getting the best insurance coverage possible.
 Business-owners will learn how to choose an insurance company; how much and what types of insurance to purchase; what to look for in a policy; how to file a claim; and how to get superior service from an insurer. Written in simple, clear language, "Insuring Your Business" is filled with tips for reducing risk and avoiding liability. The book, priced at $22.50, can be purchased from the Insurance Information Institute Press by calling 212-669-9250.
 For those companies that already have coverage, the author said, "Instead of waiting for catastrophe, save time, money and anxiety by doing four important things now. Study your policies to see what is, and what isn't, covered. Ask your insurance agent to explain anything you don't understand. Make sure you and your employees know what to do if you need to submit a claim. Keep an updated inventory of your business property with appropriate documentation."
 "Insuring Your Business" contains a glossary and sample policy forms, as well as a list of state insurance commissioners who can provide information about insurance companies in their states. Armed with this invaluable book, business-owners will sleep more soundly knowing they have protected themselves, their companies, and their employees from undue risk and calamity.
 Sean Mooney, who holds a Ph.D. in economics from UCLA, has been featured on Good Morning America and The Wall Street Journal Report, and is the author of Auto Insurance: Critical Choices for the 1990's. His commentaries have appeared in numerous business and insurance publications.
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 /NOTE TO EDITORS: Mooney is available for interviews./
 /CONTACT: Joelle Klein of Jane Wesman Public Relations, 212-598-4440, for "Insuring Your Business"/ CO: Insurance Information Institute ST: New York


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