Underground storage tank systems can be potentially hazardous, so all systems storing petroleum or certain hazardous substances are federally regulated. Read this article for everything you need know about USTs and regulations that could impact your company.
Workplace accidents are unfortunate events that can disrupt both your physical and financial well-being. In the event of a work-related accident, our return to work program will help you transition back into a productive role as you recover from your injury.
Owning and operating a hotel can be a rewarding endeavor. However, hotel operators have to manage numerous exposures related to lodging, and many offer amenities—including pools, exercise facilities, bars and restaurants—that can dramatically increase the number of insurable risks. The list below provides an overview of these hotel risks and more, helping you identify potential blind spots in your risk management and insurance programs.
Businesses today don’t only hold physical assets. Through the use of technology companies now are responsible for very valuable intangible assets, such as sensitive data, software and intellectual property, which a general liability policy doesn’t account for. General liability provides protection in the event of bodily injury or property damage. Technology insurance coverage is designed to protect against the significant risk of economic loss related to the intangible assets a company owns. A comprehensive risk management plan needs to guard against the unique exposures that the use of technology presents.
A complete guide to trucking laws and regulations to educate you on the differences and help you stay informed.
As a new decade unfolds with new changes and challenges for businesses across industries, nonprofits are no exception. Signs of disruption for the nonprofit sector insurance world are unfolding like they are across all other sectors. However, how nonprofits respond to these changes can be even more challenging than other organizations as you aim to balance the increased cost of operations, especially the cost of risk, with the amount that goes towards your mission.
When meeting with a current or prospective vendor to discuss business continuity planning, are you asking the right questions? This infographic can help you determine whether or not a vendor is prepared to handle a business interruption.
When developing risk management programs, we consider all factors that threaten to erode the productivity and profitability of our clients. Insurance premiums are one of the largest costs, but deductibles, uncovered losses, and many other factors can add to the total cost of risk. By working with you to identify these costs, we can plan and implement strategies to help you reduce them.