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Business Insurance & Managing Risk: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

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What I do know is that it is hard to admit that you don’t know what you don’t know. Recently I gave a presentation at the 2015 Business Law & Corporate Counsel Symposium. The presentation was about business insurance and managing risk for businesses, the real message I wanted to leave my audience was that […]

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Risk Tip: Review insurance policies for consistency

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Insurance policy provisions should be uniform as to named insured, notice and cancellation clauses, territory, etc. Comment: All too often when reviewing policies we find that named insured’s do not match up from one policy to the next, notice and cancellation clauses are not uniform and on and on. We have reviewed thousands of policies […]

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The Life of an Insurance Policy

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A few weeks ago I participated in a panel discussion regarding insurance issues. The first part of the discussion was to center around “the life of an insurance policy” – I thought to myself what exactly is the life of an insurance policy and trying to have a little fun with it, I came up […]

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Are You Playing Russian Roulette With The Insurance Related Provisions of Your Everyday Business Contracts?

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Many times company leadership does not put much thought to the importance of reviewing the insurance related provisions of their business contracts, but if there is a single message I want to make clear in this post, it is that mitigation of risk is essential. It is difficult to express in dollar value the importance […]

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