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What if Santa Claus needed to buy insurance?

I’m pretty sure not too many people have asked themselves that question, but I have because I’ve been in the insurance industry for (obviously) too long. But, not only that, but what kind of insurance would Santa need, and for…

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It May Have Been Covered but HOW Was It Covered?

If you’ve watched any college football over the past several years, you’ve probably seen multiple commercials from a certain insurance company that likes to show an imaginary college professor walking an individual through a building containing exhibits that represent different…

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General Liability Covers More Than You Might Think

For those of us in the insurance industry, after a certain period of time, various lines of business, their abbreviations and the specific coverages provided by those lines become embedded into our brains. This occurs to the point where we…

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Builder’s Risk Policy vs. a Loss: Which Costs More?

“I don’t need a Builder’s Risk policy,” said a contractor.  “The money I save I’ll just set aside for any losses.” Little did he know how inexpensive a Builder’s Risk policy can be and how expensive a loss can be.

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Mining the Data: Artificial Intelligence and Insurance

Recent improvements in computing power allow users to rapidly process very large volumes of data.  One area of computer science that has benefited from this is Artificial intelligence (AI); this includes an area of AI known as Machine Learning (ML)….

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Fact or Fiction: Can You Spot the Truth?

Let’s play a game! Listed below are ten facts… or are they? Can you separate the facts from the fiction?

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Back to School Checklist Should Include an Insurance Check Up!

Over the next couple weeks, we’ll see the return of cooler temperatures, shorter days and football season – Go Bucks!  It’s also the time of year students across the country return to school. And for college students, back to school means more…

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