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    HARD WORK, DEDICATION, AND HELP FROM FAMILY AND FRIENDS

HARD WORK, DEDICATION, AND HELP FROM FAMILY AND FRIENDS

AGENCY OF THE MONTH HARD WORK, DEDICATION, AND  HELP FROM FAMILY AND FRIENDS Agency moves from “doing okay” to “constant improvement” By Dennis H. Pillsbury When college roommates Erik J. Loesch and Ryland Hilliard (Hill) Shaw III graduated, they embarked on financial services careers with Prudential. They later decided to leave, and ended up operating their own property/casualty insurance agency. Erik left first and started Atlantic Shield Insurance Group in

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    UNDER MY UMBRELLA (ELLA, ELLA, EH, EH, EH)

UNDER MY UMBRELLA (ELLA, ELLA, EH, EH, EH)

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS UNDER MY UMBRELLA (ELLA, ELLA, EH, EH, EH) In today’s litigious society every client should be offered an umbrella for additional protection By Christopher W. Cook I hope most of our readers can recognize my articles just from their titles. After writing the piece on pet insurance, I thought that another good coverage to share with young professionals would be the umbrella policy. Did I do this so

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    RESIDENTIAL ASSOCIATION INSURANCE

RESIDENTIAL ASSOCIATION INSURANCE

RESIDENTIAL ASSOCIATION INSURANCE It’s anyone’s guess how COVID-I9 will affect coverage for condominium and homeowners associations By Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU Like every other sphere of life,  property and liability insurance for condominium and homeowners associations will be upended by the COVID-19 pandemic, and Bob and Ed Mackoul, father and son, will witness it from both ends of the risk spectrum. Edward Mackoul, CEO of Mackoul Risk Solutions, indicates that

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    REMOVING FRICTION

REMOVING FRICTION

Technology REMOVING FRICTION Company takes API-first approach to helping E&S and specialty providers update products, get new ones to market, and bolster distribution By Dave Willis, CPIA In some people’s minds, the insurance business is perceived to lag other industries in adopting technology to improve efficiency. That may not be entirely true. In the early 1950s, my dad helped pay his way through college by working in the data processing

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    TRANSFORMING RETIREMENT: BLUEPRINT FOR BUILDING A ROBUST LIFE

TRANSFORMING RETIREMENT: BLUEPRINT FOR BUILDING A ROBUST LIFE

TRANSFORMING RETIREMENT: BLUEPRINT FOR BUILDING A ROBUST LIFE Finding passion and purpose with a self-guided game plan By Elisabeth Boone, CPCU Passion … purpose … service to others … personal fulfillment … You might see those words on a recruitment poster for the Peace Corps, a scouting organization, or a youth rally. You probably don’t associate those terms with the concept of life after retirement—but there you would be wrong.

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