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    COVERAGE FOR STUDENTS AWAY AT SCHOOL

COVERAGE FOR STUDENTS AWAY AT SCHOOL

Mind the Gap By Marc McNulty, CIC, CRM COVERAGE FOR STUDENTS AWAY AT SCHOOL Watch out for policy variations As the world begins to return to a new normal following the initial spikes of the COVID-19 pandemic, many young adults will undertake a ritual that has been around for generations: leaving home to attend college. Insurance is most likely the last thing on their minds—if it’s even on their minds

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    A POLICY FOR FIDO AND MITTENS

A POLICY FOR FIDO AND MITTENS

Young Professionals A POLICY FOR FIDO AND MITTENS An introduction to pet insurance By Christopher W. Cook One of your clients has moved into a new house and you meet them at their property to discuss creating a robust insurance package. There’s the structure itself, the two cars in the garage and the camper used for summer weekend outings parked beside the house. But what else can you insure? Let’s

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    BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE

BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE

Personal Lines Focus BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE The recent California wildfires are contributing to a hard market, but risk management strategies can help your clients prepare for future events By Christopher W. Cook Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner “water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” That may have been relevant in our previous Personal Lines Focus piece on floods, but now we’re discussing

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    PUT IT DOWN

PUT IT DOWN

PUT IT DOWN How are you making sure your clients are safe behind the wheel during Distracted Driving Awareness Month and beyond? By Christopher W. Cook April is Distracted Driving Aware- ness Month, and one insurer is pushing for hands-free laws in all50 states, as the ones that have already passed such legislation—only 21 states and the District of Columbia as of February—have seen an average 15.3% decrease in vehicle

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    BOAT INSURANCE

BOAT INSURANCE

Specialty Lines Markets BOAT INSURANCE The recreational boat market has recovered—but has changed; be prepared By Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU Boating is back, modestly overall, but in a big way for insurers and producers prepared to manage liability exposures for a growing range of risky recreational activities. Registered boat ownership in the United States rose steadily to a peak of about 13 million in 2005, but fell from 2008 through

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