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By Tom Johnson, 04/27/2020
Many of us are in a stand down due to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. Some locations are on a prohibition from flight while some are just encouraged to maintain social distance. A few of the opportunities this presents to an aircraft owner or operator with aircraft in prolonged storage include: Engine...
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By Robert Esposito, 04/24/2020
Hazardous material regulations have changed significantly over the past few years. Employers must train new employees on hazardous material within 90 days of hire and conduct a recertification training every three years, or at time of job function change. Training is a key to preventing, or reducing, hazardous...
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By Jeff Richards, Tony Greer, 04/22/2020
With respect to coverage afforded to oil and gas contractors, we typically think of Inland Marine policies as first party asset-based policies. However, robust Inland Marine policies can be written to include both first party property coverage and third-party liability coverage. Why would Inland Marine policies...
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04/22/2020
We know you are busy and may be overrun with communications about current events. With that in mind, we want to offer an opportunity to address practical solutions and answers to potential challenges you, your employees, and your business may be faced with. AssuredPartners is pleased to continue our Town Hall...
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By Jim Stevenson, 04/20/2020
The Service Contract Act (SCA) enforcement process has changed over the past few years with the addition of more than 1,000 Department of Labor (DOL) investigators. Attention is now given to details of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and other related acts that may have been overlooked in the...
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COVID-19 has taken the world by storm and changed the way we live our day to day lives. New questions surrounding the pandemic and insurance emerge daily, while changes to the insurance landscape loom. With more and more employees being forced to work from home, NCCI has provided guidance on how to classify...
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By Kristy Dickens, 04/14/2020
Utilizing an Arbitration Agreement is an important tool in your risk management arsenal, as it can reduce the cost of defending against a claim and provide a more appropriate forum for a healthcare claim to be litigated. The annual actuarial analysis commissioned by the American Health Care Association indicated,...
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By Terri Branson, 04/10/2020
As spring and summer approach, it is essential to prepare your boat prior to taking it out on the water. According to the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA), there are 17,000,000 recreational boats in the United States – 13,000,000 registered plus 4,000,000 unregistered. One in ten households...
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By Maureen Gallagher, 04/07/2020
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in many more people working from their homes than ever before. To understand the effect of employees working from home on workers compensation coverage, we’ve presented the hypothetical scenario below and three ways coverage may or may not be applied: Hypothetical...
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By Brian Lindahl, 04/01/2020
As part of the government’s efforts to stem the COVID-19 pandemic, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has expanded the use of telehealth services. This enables residents to receive health services without having to travel to an outside healthcare setting. As part of this process, it was...
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