Product Recall

Why Product Recalls Are Costlier Now than Ever Before

Category: Casualty, Product Recalls

December 15, 2016

By: David Fiske – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Facilities

No matter how you look at the data, companies across all sectors are more at risk for product recalls than ever—and the cost is rising. In 2014 alone, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued $126 million in fines—the most in its history.

Renewable Energy

7 Companies That Have Committed to Renewables in the Past Year

Category: Energy

December 1, 2016

By: Cade Felker – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Facilities

The past twelve months have been big for renewable energy. A large number of global companies have made multi-million- and multi-billion-dollar investments—in various renewable energy projects, as well as high-profile commitments to move their operations to 100% renewable energy by the end of the decade. Here are just a few of the most prominent.

Elderly Healthcare

Long-Term Care Liability Costs Are Rising. Here’s Why.

Category: Casualty, Healthcare

November 10, 2016

In November 2015, Aon Global Risk Consulting and the American Health Care Association (AHCA) released an analysis of liability expenses for skilled nursing facilities. The results are probably not a surprise to most people familiar with the industry: The national loss rate is rising.

Flood Insurance

Historic Flooding in Baton Rouge May Be Uninsured

Category: Personal Lines, Property

October 27, 2016

By: Renee Belgarde – Vice President, Worldwide Facilities

With large storms and rapidly changing temperatures, it is important to understand where one’s home stands when invasive weather begins to knock on their doors. Standard policies for protecting the home are meant for standard coverage. Meaning, if drastic events do not take place in the neighborhood often, it doesn’t mean you should overlook the possibility of expanding your policy.

 

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