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COVID-19 Next Steps: Bringing Employees Back to the Workplace For some time now, businesses have adjusted their work environments so that the operations in their facilities could continue during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...
Fronted Policies - When It Makes Sense As the insurance market continues to firm and policy terms and conditions are constricting on corporate liability programs, more and more Risk Managers are ...
3 Gaps To Watch For In Your Trucking Insurance When it comes to operating a trucking company, you often don’t know about gaps in your coverage until you file a claim that isn’t covered. Uncovered losses can ...
Commercial Surety 101: Why Contractors Need to Be Licensed and Bonded Most states require contractors to be licensed to obtain permits for projects. State and local jurisdictions may also require contractors to be bonded in order to ...
Balancing the Importance of Data & Metrics While Avoiding Analysis Paralysis We are all familiar with the terms “data is king”, “big data”, “dashboards”, and “what gets measured, gets done”. In recent years, data and metrics have entered ...
Understanding the Claim Process for Bonds vs. Insurance The claims process for surety bonds is considerably different from the process for an insurance claim. One significant distinction is which party is ultimately ...
PMA Perspectives - Captives PMA Companies launched the PMA Perspectives series in order to provide straightforward information about the implications of COVID-19 and how PMA Companies is ...
PMA Perspectives - COVID-19 & Workers' Compensation Claims Management This installment of PMA Perspectives features Ray DiCello, Senior Vice President of Claims & Chief Claims Officer, PMA Insurance Group, and Jim Walsh, Senior ...
Using Mock Trials as an Alternative Resolution Strategy In the age of our increasingly litigious society that has resulted in numerous runaway juries, nuclear verdicts, and new concepts such as the most recent “reptile ...
Changes Are Coming to Michigan's No-Fault Laws Effective July 2, 2020, the state of Michigan is set to see a significant change to its existing No-Fault law.  Since 1973, Michigan drivers have been required to ...

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