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Wade Associates Blog

  • October 4-10 is Fire Prevention Week. Below, Chubb gives us some tips for preventing fires inside and outside your home.... The post How to Prevent Fires, Inside and Outside the Home appeared first on Wade Associates LLC .
  • Below, our Agency President, Cheryl Nabell, shares the lessons she learned from her house fire that occurred almost four years... The post Beauty from Ashes: The Lessons I Learned From My House Fire appeared first on Wade Associates LLC .
  • With plenty of children now receiving remote instruction, homeschooling, or cyber schooling due to Covid-19, it is especially important to... The post Parents Beware – Digital Dangers Lurk for Kids Online appeared first on Wade Associates LLC .

Brush Creek Blog

  • The top ten must-reads of the month We like to write our own articles, but Continued The post The Monthly Ten March 2021 appeared first on bcp tech .
  • bcp tech is incredibly excited to announce a new partnership with PGA Tour winner Brice Continued The post bcp tech Announces Partnership with PGA Tour Golfer Brice Garnett appeared first on bcp tech .
  • We wanted to take a few minutes to share some of the current RWI trends Continued The post RWI Trends Claims Best Practices appeared first on bcp tech .


  • The coronavirus pandemic has interrupted many businesses across the country. Employers are beginning to look to the future of employees returning for work. The return to normalcy will not be like flipping a switch, but rather a gradual effort. In preparation for reopening your business and asking employees to come back to work, it is important that your company thoughtfully creates a return to work plan for employees to keep everyone healthy and safe. The post Preparing Employees to Return to Work first appeared on RHSB .
  • RHSB executives David Kohl, SVP, Principal speaks to USICOC and Doug Jones, SVP, Principal speaks with CleanLayer about insurance considerations and business interruption during COVID-19 The post RHSB Executives Speak on Insurance considerations during COVID-19 first appeared on RHSB .
  • Coronavirus is a lower respiratory infection that is spread person to person from respiratory droplets due to cough or sneezing or by touching a surface that has been infected and then touching your own face.  Sanitizers, washing hands and cleaning surfaces will kill this virus.  If you think you have the virus, please consider the The post What to do if you think you have the Coronavirus first appeared on RHSB .

Bolton Blog

Lawrie Blog

  • A group benefit plan can be a great addition to any employees total compensation package. But, there are additional things that should be considered for companies that are offering group [] The post Cybersecurity and Employee Benefit Plans appeared first on Lawrie Insurance Group .
  • The Live Well, Work Well newsletter is an employee newsletter that is produced monthly and covers topics like health, wellness, fitness, nutrition and personal finance. This month’s issue discusses finding [] The post Live Well, Work Well February 2021 appeared first on Lawrie Insurance Group .
  • In today’s business climate, organizations are expected to extend credit to their customers. Offering credit enhances purchasing power and creates opportunities that may not have been available otherwise. However, offering [] The post Trade Credit Insurance: Frequently Asked Questions appeared first on Lawrie Insurance Group .

Keaney Blog

  • Regardless of personal circumstance, historically there have been very few in Ireland who are morally at ease with a two-tier health system that affords advantages to those with the financial means to meet the cost of private insurance premiums. Securing swifter access to specialists, more comfortable hospital stays and even a greater selection of []
  • The Value of Latent Defects Insurance Protection against the risk of damage resulting from a defect in design, plan specification, workmanship or material which was uncovered after the date of issue of a practical completion certificate. Typically indemnifies the Insured against Damage to the Premises consequent upon a Latent Defect discovered and notified []
  • Navigating the changing insurance market Across Europe and globally there is a change in the insurance market and whilst it may vary from country to country and by line of business, it is here, with the effects already evident and the industry seeing areas of difficulty for insurance buyers in classes such as professional []
  • It’s not too late to invest in a pension if you are 50+ The latest data from the Department of Health highlighted that the average life expectancy in Ireland is now 84 years for women and 80.4 years for men, so there is plenty of time to ensure your savings add up at []
  • Inheritance Tax

    Inheritance Tax With a new coalition government now established in Ireland, talks have turned to the timely issue of inheritance tax, and whether there’s the possibility of reform? Click to read article Inheritance Tax

Diversified Blog

  • Every employer can relate to hearing the top 3 complaints about group health insurance. Trying to offer a competitive benefits package to employees, you can be certain that there will be complaints about the benefits that are being offered. The benefit that brings the biggest noise is typically health insurance or medical coverage. The reason... View Article The post Top 3 Complaints About Group Health Insurance appeared first on Diversified Insurance Group .
  • Back to Basics

    Back to Basics its a phrase Ive heard several times as we work our way through challenging insurance markets and uncertain economic times during the pandemic. It is something my former basketball coaches would say after a bad game or loss: “back to the basics.” My coaches defined it as a statement of simplification... View Article The post Back to Basics appeared first on Diversified Insurance Group .
  • The pricing for healthcare can vary widely and the reasons why are often mysterious and hard to understand. Healthcare pricing and transparency changes are headed towards the United States beginning in 2021. New Transparency Rules for 2021 The Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services say, Hospital price transparency helps Americans know the cost of a... View Article The post Healthcare Pricing and Transparency Changes appeared first on Diversified Insurance Group .

Plexus Blog


  • Directors and Officers (D&Os) of companies in the mining industry can be faced with a wide range of legal exposures arising from their duties to the corporation, and as such, having a Directors & Officers insurance policy in place can help cover financial losses that can arise from a variety of claims. Insurance protection is provided under the Directors’ and Officers’ liability policy. There are commonly two types of insurance coverage available:
  • The number of extreme weather events in Canada has been increasing over the last decade, with the nation getting 20 more days of rain on average per year than in the 1950s. Among these extreme weather events, flooding has increased every decade for the past century. This checklist outlines important measures to assess in order to assemble a plan in the event of a home flooding. Take a look at some of the concerns that must be properly addressed so you can be prepared to navigate through a home flood and reduce the risk of losing your assets in a flood:
  • As we rely more and more on technology and companies have their employees work from home, the risk of having a cybersecurity breach should also be considered. In particular, professional services that deal with and handle a great deal of personal information from clients are especially susceptible to cyberattacks. One professional industry that has been targeted are those who work in Accounting. Take a look at what happened to the Canadian Chartered Professional Accountants Association when they suffered a cyberattack in 2020: