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Need more information on how to evaluate your small business insurance needs? These associations and resources can help.

Insurance Information Institute

The Insurance Information Institute (III) is non-profit group that provides insurance information, analysis, and referrals. It has an extensive library and database covering most kinds of personal and business insurance, and its Web site includes a variety of tips and hints for keeping insurance costs down.

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National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC)

NAMIC is the trade association for property and casualty insurance companies. While most of the information at its site is aimed at insurance providers, you can find information about some of the latest trends in insurance, as well as some insurance news briefs within its content. The site also contains issues of Property Casualty magazine. In addition, you can find a list of links to state insurance departments.

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Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

Creating and maintaining a safe work environment is one way to reduce your insurance risks. OSHA, part of the U.S. Department of Labor, is the government entity that oversees workplace safety issues. Its Web site has details about OSHA regulations and guidelines, and is a convenient resource for many safety and workplace health issues. It also has a separate small business outreach program.



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