Active Shooter Insurance

Shots Fired – Active Shooter / Assailant Coverage: A Critical Need in Emergency Response Plans, Part 3

Category: Casualty

December 7, 2018

While no one can predict the future of these events, carriers who write Active Shooter coverage are proceeding on the belief that these events will continue. Coverage will improve as claims occur and forms respond to emerging risks and new damages. First-look services will dovetail with emerging risks.

Active Shooter Insurance

Shots Fired – Active Shooter / Assailant Coverage: A Critical Need in Emergency Response Plans, Part 2

Category: Casualty

November 23, 2018

Active shooter policies generally function as enhancements to primary liability insurance in conjunction with the “other insurance” clause. If a third party sues your insured for liability, some general liability (GL) policies could respond. However, GL policies may also exclude acts of terrorism and have other coverage limitations.

Active Shooter Insurance

Shots Fired – Active Shooter / Assailant Coverage: A Critical Need in Emergency Response Plans, Part 1

Category: Casualty

November 9, 2018

In the United States, 2017 saw more mass shootings than days. So pervasive is this risk in our society that many executives now inquire about the availability of insurance coverage for a mass shooting. Likely, however, many of your insureds are unaware of this coverage. They could benefit from its pre-event planning and may be impressed with its ratio of premium to value.

Cannabis insurance

Cannabis Industry Expects Growth Up to $35 Billion by 2020: Agents’ Profits Grow Like Weeds – Part 3

Category: Casualty

June 8, 2018

While the cannabis industry requires the same types of coverage as retail (think jewelers and crop enterprises), it presents some unique risks. Between the higher liability exposures, the cash-on-hand and the specialized property risks, the retail agent must understand all the unique exposures of growing, testing and dispensing.

Cannabis insurance

Cannabis Industry Expects Growth Up to $35 Billion by 2020: Agents’ Profits Grow Like Weeds – Part 2

Category: Casualty

May 18, 2018

While the cannabis industry requires the same types of coverage as retail (think jewelers and crop enterprises), it presents some unique risks. Between the higher liability exposures, the cash-on-hand and the specialized property risks, the retail agent must understand all the unique exposures of growing, testing and dispensing.

Cannabis insurance

Cannabis Industry Expects Growth Up to $35 Billion by 2020: Agents’ Profits Grow Like Weeds – Part 1

Category: Casualty

April 20, 2018

The cannabis industry is moving mainstream. Medical cannabis is now legal in 29 states plus the District of Columbia. Recreational cannabis is now legal in nine states and the District of Columbia. This three-part article will cover a brief historical look at the cannabis market in the U.S. as well as the important coverage options available in today’s rapidly evolving cannabis trade.

Pull the Trigger on Occurrence and drop the Claims-made – Perry’s Picks

Category: Casualty

June 6, 2017

By: Aaron Perry – Broker, Worldwide Facilities

The only constant is change, and the business requirements of our insureds change often. When it comes to Products Liability, the coverage trigger is key.

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.

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.

 

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