aviation risk management

 

By Bill Kingsley, 07/17/2019
The premiums for aviation insurance are going up. Certain segments of the business are seeing rate increases of 25% or more this year. When faced with substantially higher premiums many companies consider other ways to manage their risk. One commonly used method to manage risk is to contractually transfer that...
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By Jason Wissmiller, 05/30/2019
Many companies purchase general liability to protect them from third party liability resulting from bodily injury or property damage as a result of business operations. They also purchase professional liability to protect themselves from financial harm to third parties for errors or negligence in services...
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By Bill Kingsley, 04/17/2019
The only constant in life is change. About a year ago, many of our clients started to see their aviation insurance premiums increase after years of decline. Today the number one question we are asked is, “Why is my premium going up when I’ve never had a loss?” To understand the current aviation...
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By Lauren Kopack, 03/18/2019
When it comes to your aviation insurance policy, you have probably heard the terms “Named Insured” and “Additional Insured.” Although these terms can mistakenly be used interchangeably, it is important to understand how to differentiate them when it comes to your aviation insurance...
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By Kerin Dodd, Stefan Latzko, 02/20/2019
In many general aviation businesses, the use of independent contractors is common: Flight departments utilize independent contractor pilots when employed pilots are not available Flight schools use Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) who may instruct for other schools Extra maintenance technicians, line...
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