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Remember when you went to the circus and saw people performing aerial acrobatics? It was amazing and even as a child, you may have marveled over how talented those people were to be performing in that way. It is sensuous, exciting, and terrifying to think...

Goodbye winter, hello spring! That’s right, spring has sprung and everyone is itching to be outdoors once again. That also means that it’s time for the sun to shed some light on your business operations. No matter what kind of business you’re running, make sure...

Since 2004, the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) gave “permission” to two classes of people to carry a concealed firearm within the U.S. and its jurisdictions, regardless of state or local laws (with certain exceptions); they include any “qualified retired law enforcement officer” and "qualified retired or separated law...

Insurance for Start-Up Companies Here’s some encouraging news for the American dream. The number of startup firms — firms that are one year old or newer — numbered 415,226 in the year ended March 2017.** And currently, there are 29.6 million small businesses in the U.S., accounting for 99.9 percent of all U.S....

Professional Liability Insurance for Lawyers and Trustees As a lawyer, you wear many hats, one of which may be a trustee for clients. As a fiduciary, you’re charged with managing the trust property in a responsible and productive manner, with an obligation to act solely for...

Liability Insurance for Aquatic Professionals Yesterday, it was just good old-fashioned swimming at municipal pools and surfing at city beaches. Today, innovative waterparks and watersports are making a big splash in the U.S. According to Hotel & Leisure Advisors, “As of February 2017, the U.S. has...

Insurance For Athletic Camps and Sports Coaches “Collins English Dictionary” defines sports camps as “…an organized period of training at a particular place.” More specifically, sports camps are for athletes and coaches driven to hone their skills, and kids who want to have fun and play...

Apples are wonderful, but it only takes one bad apple to spoil the bunch. The same can be said of employees. Most are wonderful, well-intentioned contributors to a culture of success. However, one employee acting irresponsibly can cause a great deal of harm to any organization. For example, take the recent case of Pennsylvania State University and their former assistant football coach, Jerry Sandusky. For the few people in the country unfamiliar with this tragedy, Jerry Sandusky was convicted in June of sexually abusing several boys. Most were abused inside of campus buildings, which is not only horribly tragic, but put the university itself under legal fire. According to Chad Hemenway of Property Casualty 360, Penn State finds itself now sorting through multiple settlements for Sandusky’s victims.