Please set up your API key!

The Rough Notes Company Inc.

Personal Lines

    HELLO AGAIN, HIGH-NET-WORTH CLIENTS

HELLO AGAIN, HIGH-NET-WORTH CLIENTS

Personal Lines Focus Hello again, High-Net-Worth Clients Advice on classic cars, cyber exposures and domestic staffing By Christopher W. Cook As an ‘80s child and fan of its music—if music’s playing in my house, it’s typically from Pandora’s 80s Pop station—I was saddened by the September deaths of Eddie Money and Ric Ocasek, lead vocalist of the Cars. Seeing the words money and cars—while possibly just being a simple memorialization

Read Full Article
    THE HOMEOWNERS POLICY AND MOTORIZED TOYS

THE HOMEOWNERS POLICY AND MOTORIZED TOYS

Mind the Gap By Marc McNulty, CIC, CRM THE HOMEOWNERS POLICY AND MOTORIZED TOYS Will you save the day or be the grinch this holiday season? As the holiday season approaches, most of your clients will be worried about what to buy for their friends and loved ones rather than potential insurance ramifications associated with the purchases. Sure, parents will always worry about their children hurting themselves with their new

Read Full Article
    BE PREPARED

BE PREPARED

Personal Lines Focus BE PREPARED Risk management tips, because numerous perils can happen anytime without warning By Christopher W. Cook This year, The Walt Disney Company released its “live-action” version of the 1994 animated film The Lion King. While most of us disliked the lion Scar (how many of our childhoods were traumatized by what happened to Mufasa), I came to realize that through his musical number, although delivered in

Read Full Article
    SPECIAL EVENT EXPOSURES—PART TWO

SPECIAL EVENT EXPOSURES—PART TWO

Mind the Gap By Marc McNulty, CIC, CRM SPECIAL EVENT EXPOSURES—PART TWO Event coverages and exposures for your personal lines clients In the May 2019 Mind the Gap column, we examined some situations in which commercial lines clients might need special event liability for events they host. However, at some point in your insurance career, you’ll be approached by a personal lines client who has a special event exposure—be it

Read Full Article
    FLOOD INSURANCE

FLOOD INSURANCE

FLOOD INSURANCE Will the private market be big enough to make a big difference? By Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU We’ve come to a significant milestone in the troubled history of U.S. flood insurance. As of July 1, 2019, real estate lenders seeking to sell mortgages to federally sponsored secondary market agencies (Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, etc.) are required to accept private flood insurance policies on collateral properties, provided those policies

Read Full Article
1 2 3 10
rn-subscribe-sidebar-cta_magazine rn-subscribe-sidebar-cta_blog

Trending Tweets