Category Archives: Claim & Risk Control

I of the Storm: How to Prepare for Protesters


Big events and recent successes invite protesters--is your business prepared for the violence or damage that might ensue? Continue reading →

Crisis Communications and the “It’ll Never Happen to Me” Strategy

News Conference

Having a crisis communications plan could be critical to your company's balance sheet. Guest blogger Jeffrey Seibert of Willis' Strategic Outcomes Practice explains how to tell if yours is ready. Continue reading →

Protecting Your Fine Art

Van Gogh Sunflowers (detail)

Helpful pointers for insuring and caring for your fine art, by guest blogger Sharon Kimmel, Quality Assurance & Compliance Officer for Willis Personal Lines. Continue reading →

Employee Safety: Dealing with an Aging Workforce

Aging Workforce

As employers embrace an increasingly aging workforce, it can be helpful to periodically re-examine work facilities to promote safe, efficient work performance. Guest blogger David Barry of Willis Casualty Risk Control provides some helpful tips. Continue reading →

Hadden Case Brings Interpretation of Medicare Secondary Payer Act

Medical Reimbursement

As courts begin to weigh in on enforcement of MMSEA provisions, one major case with implications for protecting Medicare/Medicaid is last November's Hadden case. Continue reading →

Super Protection for Super Events (Like the Super Bowl)

Stadium full of fans

For super events like the Super Bowl, Olympic games, or national political conventions, risk managers need to bring their A-games just as much as the players do to ensure success. Continue reading →

Emerging Employee Safety Risk of 2012

Emerging Risk

The Centers for Disease Control estimates that 2/3 of the U.S. population is considered overweight or obese. Poor lifestyle decisions not only affect the employee’s health at home, but can also have significant implications on work activities. Continue reading →

Virginia Tech Shooting Highlights Lessons Learned

Virginia Tech Candlelight Vigil

Last week’s shooting of a campus police officer at Virginia Tech brought back unwelcome memories of the attack that took place there four years ago, in which 33 people were killed and 25 injured by a single gunman. Continue reading →