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BILL BROWER | March 22, 2018
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Article | March 4, 2020
Failing to contact your business insurance provider immediately after an accident, not documenting property damage, and admitting fault for an incident can affect your claim amount or whether you’ll be covered at all. Risk comes in many forms for small businesses. Natural disasters, client injuries, and equipment failure can all impact your bottom line. Commercial insurance is essential to managing a small business’s risks. Your general liability insurance premiums will be well worth it if a visitor sues your business over an injury that occurred at your office.
Article | February 18, 2020
Insurance fraud scams seem to make the news at least every month, as organized criminals seek to exploit the way insurers reimburse clinics, pharmacies and other providers for their services. What’s often shocking is how much money fraudsters can steal from insurers before they’re caught. Recently, in a single month, two separate alleged fraud rings based in California were busted for scams that investigators say netted $20 million or more.
Article | April 7, 2020
The global outbreak of coronavirus has exposed an unpleasant truth: many insurers are stuck with legacy systems that prevent them from offering seamless digital experiences to their customers and/or employees. Even more damaging, they can’t lower operating costs at a time when claims are climbing, and margins are disappearing. This isn’t a momentary problem. As bleak as things seem at the moment, one day this crisis will be over…and property & casualty (P&C) providers will still seek to modernize to remain competitive. Reconciling this seemingly contradictory mission – how can an insurer reduce operating costs while providing a better experience?
Article | March 30, 2020
During these unprecedented times, the everyday norm is shifting for most Americans. Commutes have become a simple walk down to the coffee maker instead of the usual 15-30 minute drive from home. With much of the workforce working remotely, likely from a home office, it is important that you are protected from further unexpected exposures. Most homeowner and renters insurance policies limit coverage, so discussing business exposures with your agent to ensure proper coverage is in place is a must.
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