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By Beth McVey, 01/20/2020
Senior Living communities maintain a variety of business relationships to effectively run their organization. These relationships can include banks for mortgages, vehicle loans and equipment leasing. These examples, and many more, involve the transfer of risk from one party to another. How does this work? The...
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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 Jeff Beck, 01/14/2020
Workers’ compensation rates have been declining for the past few years on a national level. This is great news for owners and operators as the reduction in rates lead to lower workers’ compensation insurance premiums. However, as the rates decrease, so do the amount of losses that we are expected to...
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By Cathy Knopf, 12/18/2019
Due to the overwhelming participation and positive feedback from the 2019 quarterly complimentary webinar series, AssuredPartners Senior Living is pleased to announce we will increase these to monthly in 2020. These webinars focus on best practice approaches, regulatory updates, operational and risk management...
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12/17/2019
The winter season brings cold temperatures and that means winter storms. The United States experiences some of the most extreme winter weather in the world, and homeowners constantly have to protect their residence from blizzards and extreme cold. The following are some of the most common sources of property...
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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 Matt Coleman, 12/12/2019
There is a lot to think about when signing a contract with a new shipper including expenses, routes, equipment and more. One of the common oversights during the onboarding process is performing a proper analysis of the contract. Too often truckers are simply signing the contract without any sort of pushback....
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By Kristy Dickens, 12/04/2019
Due to the shortage in the availability of psychiatric care services, skilled nursing facilities are increasingly providing care to patients with persistent mental illness, such as bi-polar disorder or schizophrenia. In fact, a 2011 study published in the Journal of Aging & Social Policy indicates that the...
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By Cindy Lockhart, 11/27/2019
Franchising is a great way for aspiring entrepreneurs to build a business using a familiar brand name without the challenges that come from starting a business from scratch. The aspiring business owner, also known as the franchisee, pays a fee to a franchisor for the use of the franchisor’s brand name,...
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By Peggy Morrison, 11/21/2019
In today’s senior living environment, organizations are responsible for the safe storage of sensitive client data, including financial, medical and personal information. Use of the internet and electronic devices, such as computers or mobile devices, make organizations an easy target for criminal...
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