Insurance rate hikes expected to moderate as capacity rises

Commercial insurance buyers in North America should see relief from the hard market next year with a few lines seeing flat renewals or even decreases, according to a report from Willis Towers Watson PLC. Several lines, such as cyber liability, though...

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Home Matters: Turkey Fryer Safety Tips

Turkey Fryer Safety Tips While preparing your Thanksgiving turkey in a turkey fryer can be a timeless tradition, it’s important to keep cooking safety measures in mind to protect yourself, your guests and your home. After all, the U.S. Fire Administr...

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11 Steps to Help Protect Your Business from Cyber Extortion

Cyber criminals, for the purposes of extortion, can threaten to shut down computer systems or erase data, infect a company with a virus, publish private information or personally identifiable information on customers or employees, institute a denial-...

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Mitigating Workers' Comp Claims for Remote Employees

As many employees have adjusted to working from home and employers have adopted a hybrid schedule, there are some implications that come with these changes such as workers' compensation. Identifying a few key questions and solutions on this matter, h...

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5 Places Facing Flood Insurance Rate Hikes

The Federal Emergency Management Agency refers to its new flood insurance pricing structure, known as Risk Rating 2.0, as “Equity in Action.” The agency says that the revised rates, which went into effect Oct. 1, 2021, “leverage industry best practic...

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