John Fisher

Based in Sylvania, Ohio, John Fisher is a Cincinnati Insurance senior liability specialist with more than 20 years of professional experience in the liability area. John provides technical support to the loss control and underwriting departments. He serves on the executive committee of the board of the Safety Council of Northwest Ohio, a non-profit provider of safety, health and environmental services for the workplace and community.

Licensed, bonded, insured: What it means to you


[Note: This blog post has been edited.] You have decided to build or remodel your home or business. This is a big step, both financially and emotionally. Choosing the right contractor to complete this project is also a big decision. Hiring the wrong contractor can lead to cost overruns, delays, substandard work and sometimes even litigation over disputes regarding the timing, quality or cost of the project. While it’s tempting to choose a contractor based solely on an online portfolio of completed work or customer testimonials, don’t overlook the importance[…..]

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Keep your office party on the nice list


It’s the holidays! Time for festivities, visions of sugarplums, good cheer…and workplace holiday parties.

While employers want to recognize and thank employees for their hard work during the year, workplace holiday parties can become a liability concern. While you don’t want to be a Grinch, you also don’t want to host a holiday party that causes your employees discomfort or leads to sexual harassment or other complaints.

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Choose your card wisely to protect your money


Many people find it convenient to use credit or debit cards rather than carry cash or write checks for each purchase. Recent headlines concerning account information breaches should be of concern to card users. Important differences between credit cards and debit cards may affect your decision about which to use for your purchases. Keeping these differences in mind when making purchases might help you protect your money if your accounts are hacked.

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