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The State of Insurance in 2019

The new year is upon us, and although what the next 12 months will hold is uncertain, it is part of our job to stay ahead of industry trends. We keep reading >

What Employee Ownership Means for Our Clients

The insurance industry remains a hot target for growth and consolidation. Last year, we saw a spike in mergers and acquisitions among insurance brokers with 537 total deals, according to keep reading >

Cutting Healthcare Costs: Why Employers Should Consider Referenced-Based Pricing

Whether a small company or a large corporation, healthcare costs are one of the largest expenditures for any employer.  This will undoubtedly continue in 2018, with Mercer’s annual Survey of keep reading >

Contingent Business Interruption: Protecting Your Manufacturing Facility

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 >

Eliminating the Risk of Harassment in the Workplace

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 >

Winter Weather Risks: Preventing Workplace Injury and Managing Claims

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 >

Steps to Reduce Risk Following a Natural Disaster

Over the course of a few short weeks, Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma devastated major cities, rural towns and miles of coastline. According to Moody’s Analytics, total economic damages are keep reading >

The Cost-Saving – and Safety – Benefits of BIM-Driven Prefabrication

According to JLL’s Construction Outlook, construction spending in 2016 rose 4.5 times higher than 2015 levels. Considering this sharp increase, many construction companies are looking for innovative strategies to reduce keep reading >

Summertime Construction Site Risks

As we enter the summer months, construction across the country is ramping up.

CTE Risk Management for Youth Athletic Programs

Concussion-related health issues associated with athletics, particularly the risk of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) among participants in sports involving jarring collisions, have continued to capture national headlines and broad consumer interest.

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