This year, the United States witnessed firsthand the destruction severe weather events can have on homes, businesses and local economies. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that 15 extreme keep reading >
Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) has become an increasingly prevalent policy for organizations varying in size. These types of policies not only cover alleged sexual harassment claims, but also other keep reading >
With the winter months quickly approaching, employers across all industries must prepare for cold weather hazards resulting from freezing temperatures. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 43,000 workplace keep reading >
Last month, the rate impact of recent Florida Supreme Court rulings on the state’s workers compensation system was in the hands of regulators, as the Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) decided on the National Council on Compensation Insurance’s (NCCI) filing seeking a 19.6 percent rate increase.
Winter weather is finally upon us. Freezing temperatures combined with snow, sleet and ice can create treacherous, slippery sidewalk conditions with increased risk for slips, trips, and falls outside and inside your business. Businesses tend to be most susceptible to slip-and-fall claims, which can strain an organization’s financial resources.
Spear Phishing, also known as Social Engineering Fraud or Fraudulent Impersonation, targets a specific individual via email with the intent of deceiving the individual into transmitting funds, releasing confidential information, etc. In most cases, once the funds have been transmitted, it is extremely difficult to recover them.
If you are a manufacturer, there are three types of product defects you need to be aware of: design defects, manufacturing defects and marketing defects. Not only can your defective product liability claims drive up your insurance premiums, but they can make it difficult for you to insure your business at all. Knowing the crippling impact of product defect issues, it is important for manufacturers to take the right steps to mitigate risk.