aviation risk management

 

By Jason Wissmiller, 01/17/2020
Accidents happen. That is why you purchase an aircraft insurance policy to cover your aircraft. We hope you will never have to use the policy, but if you experience a situation that leads to damage to your aircraft or bodily injury to others, it will help to understand how the claims process works in the aviation...
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By Jim Anderson, Starr Aviation, 12/16/2019
As a flight instructor, chances are you will live a long life, fly thousands of hours and instruct hundreds of students who go on to have many years of accident free flying. Unfortunately, aircraft are occasionally involved in accidents and flight instructors are blamed. Students and/or other third parties may...
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By Greg Hiser, 11/18/2019
Nothing can compare with the excitement created by the sound of several WWII vintage aircraft approaching for a fly by. Then, to be able to look up and see the formation as it would have appeared 75 years ago is certainly inspiring and cause for reflection and thanks. It is also cause, if you are an insurance...
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By Kerin Dodd, 10/29/2019
Executive officers, partners and sole proprietors (from here on referred to collectively as “executives”) may elect to exclude themselves from benefits under workers compensation. Accomplishing this varies by state and can be as simple as stating such on the application for coverage, or it can be as...
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By Randy Hardy, 09/24/2019
When you mention “aerial application” to most folks, you are likely to receive a blank stare. However, if you mention “crop dusters,” the general public would start to understand. Aerial Application has grown into a highly sophisticated line of work with very different rules pertaining to...
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