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Category: Risk Management


Raising the Bar: Best Practices for Bar Risk Management

It happens more than you’d like to think.  A person drinking in a bar leaves and causes an accident, injuring or killing another person.  The victim’s family then files a lawsuit against the bar.  Owning a bar can be fun and financially…

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No Matter the Size Fleet Safety Comes First!

When most people think of fleet safety they probably tend to think of a “fleet” as a large number of vehicles (50+ vehicles).  After all, a small contractor with 4-5 pickup trucks may not think of the trucks as a…

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Break Murphy’s Law with Equipment Breakdown Coverage

Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. This adage, coined by American aerospace engineer Edward Murphy some six decades ago, is known as Murphy’s Law. A popular variant to this statement adds the conclusion “at the worst possible moment.”…

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Avoid the Financial Flood: Purchase Flood Insurance

I recently returned from a visit to my in-laws’ home in Minot, North Dakota where I saw first-hand the devastation caused by last year’s spring flood.  What was once a middle-class, suburban neighborhood located next to the city park and…

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Swim Into a Safe Summer at the Pool

With the warm weather now in full swing, people have begun opening their pools for the summer. While pools are a great way to escape the heat, there are several safety considerations to take to be sure your summer oasis is a…

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Protecting The Investment In Your Nuptials

Are you hearing wedding bells? If so, you are no doubt in the midst of countless hours of preparation and paying out exorbitant amounts of money for this special day. But what happens if the wedding is postponed or cancelled,…

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TMI! Be Aware What You Share on Social Media

With so many of us using social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and others, privacy, security, and identity theft are concerns.  What can you do to protect yourself and still post, comment, and tweet?

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Make Your Attractive Nuisance Less Attractive

What do the following have in common? Vacant Buildings Junk yards Ponds Betty Boop

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Walking for Heart Health and Home Maintenance!

The life of a claims adjuster is fast-paced and action packed.  The constant onslaught of e-mails, telephone calls, and other daily job requirements can lead to a great deal of stress.  One of my favorite ways to deal with stress…

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The Best Offense is a Great Defense

For those of us who are basketball fans, we are entering the most exciting time of the season.  In high school sports, boys and girls are heading into their sectional tournaments, sometimes known the “the second season,” with hopes of a long tournament…

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