What P&C Clients Really Want From Their Broker in 2020

Category: Casualty, Property

February 14, 2020

Do you know what your business clients really want from you? Gain insight into the complex property and casualty broker-client relationship and identify the broker services that are most valued by today’s business clients.


Excess Capacity: Responding to Underwriting & Carrier Challenges

Category: Property

January 21, 2020

To best respond to mounting underwriting and carrier challenges, it’s important for brokers to work closely with clients, conducting comprehensive risk assessments to identify potential vulnerabilities to help minimize exposures, maximize coverage and reduce insurance costs.

Commercial Property

Market Changes and Challenges for Commercial Property Risks

Category: Property

September 16, 2019

This year has commercial property carriers experiencing a multitude of industry challenges. As a result, the industry will begin to see continued changes in the market as carriers look to bring their property books back to a more profitable level.

Drone Use in Commercial Insurance: Potential Liability Risks for Insurers

Category: Property

August 19, 2019

With a multitude of market opportunities, drones are providing insurers with capabilities that were never before thought possible – but in addition to the benefits, drones are also presenting insurers with a number of potential risks and exposures.

Hurricane Irma

In the moment: The Aftermath of Hurricane Irma – Part 3

Category: Property

September 21, 2017

By: Daniel Schumann – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Facilities – Orlando

It’s been at least a week since the final bands of Hurricane Irma moved out of Florida, and residents are left with the assessment of damages.

Hurricane Irma

In the moment: Hurricane Irma Arrives – Part 2

Category: Property

September 19, 2017

By: Daniel Schumann – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Facilities – Orlando

Irma’s official U.S. landfall is reported at 9:10 am local time on Sunday at Cudjoe Key, Florida. With so many predicted scenarios, the actual reality of Hurricane Irma has begun.

In the moment: Preparing in Orlando for Hurricane Irma – Part 1

Category: Property

September 13, 2017

By: Daniel Schumann – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Facilities – Orlando

It was a week ago today that I made my first frantic run to the grocery store near our office because word was: “They have water!”

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.

Restaurant & Bar Insurance

Things to Keep in Mind When Insuring Arizona Nightclubs, Taverns, and Bars

Category: Property, Restaurant & Bar

September 22, 2016

By: Kathy Griffith – Senior Underwriter, Worldwide Facilities

The legal and insurance landscape for nightclub, tavern, and bar owners is more challenging in Arizona than in other states. Unique laws and conditions affect products such as liquor liability and firearms coverage throughout the state, making it one of the more difficult places for venue owners to get proper insurance.



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