The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to be a top-of-mind concern for businesses and communities across the globe. The effects of COVID-19 are not only being felt right now, but they will be felt long into the future for both businesses and individuals.

We continue to monitor the quickly evolving situation, analyze potential scenarios and will provide updates. With that in mind, we have put together some resources which place a focus on preparedness and risk mitigation to help our clients respond to the emergency in an efficient way. Below you will find information from our own professional staff, as well as resources from experts and government agencies to arm you with the best of information moving forward.

For more information or to find out how COVID-19 may affect your business, we would love to hear from you and help guide you through the crisis.


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Past Webinars

Are You Covered? Understanding the Pandemic's Insurance Coverage Implications

Tuesday, June 23rd at 2PM EST: Live Webinar: Are You Covered? Understanding the Pandemic’s Insurance Coverage Implications

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Tuesday, May 19th at 2PM EST: Live Webinar: What Now? Preparation for PPP Loan Forgiveness and Return to Work Challenges.

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COVID-19 Informational Videos



Carrier’s Offerings Related to COVID-19



COVID-19 Blog Posts


Property & Casualty Resources

  • Compliance Bulletin: OSHA Guidance on COVID-19
  • Risk Insights: Protecting Workers From Coronavirus
  • CDC Coronavirus Guide: Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Response to COVID-19
  • Compensation Rating & Inspection Bureau: NJ WC Bulletin #495 4.21.2020
    • This is a revision to the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Manual specific to COVID-19.
    • For employers that had, or have, employees on their payroll from 3/21/20, through 45 days after the stay at home order is lifted, there are the following two options:
      • Exclude from the basis of premium any payroll payment made by the employer to an employee who is not rendering services to the employer.
      • Allow employees whose duties were previously assigned to a higher rated governing classification to be reassigned to code 8810 (clerical services) where those employees now work in a stay at home environment performing duties consistent with clerical operations.


Community Association Resources


Employee Benefits/HR Resources


Risk Management Resources


External Resources


New Jersey Resources

If you have questions about Small Business Assistance, visit:

If you have questions regarding Unemployment Insurance and paid sick leave

If you have questions about job opportunities


Maryland, DC, Virginia and Delaware Resources