Are You “Open for Business” If You Get Hurt?

By Nina Kaufman, Esq.

We had a huge snowstorm here in the Northeast just before the 2020 Christmas holiday.

So my husband, Joe, and I went to visit my mother and make sure she was safe…

… and Joe slipped on the ice while helping to shovel her driveway.

Not just slipped – he fell flat on his back and BROKE A RIB!

(Nu? Could 2020 get any worse?)

Thankfully, he didn’t need to be hospitalized or have surgery.

But he was looking at an 8-week recovery period.

I tell you that to ask you this:

What if he HAD needed extended care? And I had to step away from my business to take care of him?

What if it had happened to me … and I’m the one who couldn’t work for 8 weeks?

What if you get COVID and it knocks you out of commission for months?

Ironically, many small business owners have contingency plans for how to shut their business down.

But NOT for how to keep it open.

For a few tips on how to stay “open for business”, watch this 3-minute video:

And if you want step-by-step guidance on laying the groundwork to make that a reality, have a look at my program, Chaos-Proof Your Business.

It’ll help you keep the doors open, even if you get hurt.

Have questions about working with Kaufman Business Law? This is the video to watch.