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By Debbie Torres, CISR Elite, CPIA – Senior Client Manager & David Velasco, EBP – Assistant Vice President In most condominium communities, the association carries an insurance policy that provides coverage for incidents that occur...Read On..
The current property insurance market is characterized by increased pricing, diminished capacity, higher deductibles and retentions, greater underwriting scrutiny, and unfavorable coverage terms, which can create significant challenges for organizations who turn to insurance for...Read On..
Extreme weather events seem to be becoming the new normal. The commercial property insurance market is hard and looks be getting harder – meaning insurance carriers tighten coverages, terms, and limits and raise rates. Business...Read On..
$268 Billion = Total economic and insured loss estimate for 2022’s natural disasters. Approaching $115 Billion = Recent estimate for insured losses from 2022 natural disasters  Environmental changes are reshaping the world as...Read On..
By Robin Manougian, CIRMS, Account Executive Gatherings especially following many months of COVID-led cancellations and restrictive protocols—are bringing us back together again. Barbecues, holiday parties, and other social events are once again fostering the “community”...Read On..
2022 is yet another year that has been shaped by the destruction of natural disasters — what were once outlier weather events have become the new norm. To top that off, it’s been another year...Read On..
How to Prepare Your Home and Business for Hurricane Season Hurricane season is upon us, and forecasters for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are predicting above-average storm activity this year. Is your home...Read On..
By Colleen Harless, CISR, ACSR, CIC – Senior Account Manager In the casualty and property insurance industry, price, conditions, and terms as well as the availability of coverage are all impacted by fluctuations between...Read On..
Federal Vaccine Mandate: US Supreme Court Decision stays OHSA ETS and Allows CMS Healthcare Worker Mandate to Proceed
Compliance Update On Thursday afternoon, January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), after hearing oral arguments last week, issued rulings concerning the following Federal vaccination mandates: Occupational Safety and Health Administration...Read On..