Perspectives on timely and trending topics from our insurance and risk experts.
In the US, hurricane season is most often associated with the Southeast portion of the country. However, the Northeastern part of the US also has significant risk factors due to continuously changing weather patterns that make it just as vulnerable to hurricanes and strong seasonal storms.Read more
In today’s environment of economic uncertainty and the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals and families are looking for ways to increase savings across all financial accounts. The good news is there are easy ways to maximize value within your insurance program.Read more
Now more than ever, many of us are relying on technology to stay connected with the outside world as we practice social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social media is quickly replacing face-to-face interaction with family, friends, and acquaintances of all generations.Read more
By accepting a position as a director or officer, you can be held personally liable for the decisions made and actions taken in that professional capacity. Every position for every entity carries personal exposure. But there are things you can do to limit personal risk.Read more
Working remotely from one’s home has become more common in recent years but has accelerated over the past several weeks as companies implemented social distancing practices to protect employees, clients, and others. While working from home, consider these tips to help protect yourself and your firm from potential cyber risks.Read more
The global COVID-19 pandemic has created challenging conditions for owners and captains of yachts . Consider these effects on the yachting community.Read more
As experts dissect the impact of COVID-19 and how it will impact the economy, very little seems to have been published about how this pandemic will impact domestic employees and their employers. During these times of recommended social distancing, many people can work remotely, but unfortunately, domestic workers typically do not have that luxury.
Snow and ice accumulation, heavy rains, snowmelt runoffs — severe winter weather and spring thawing often produce prime conditions that can lead to potential flood risks. Even places where flooding has not been an issue historically are still at risk.Read more