PL Risk Advisors is pleased to welcome new Professional Liability Broker, Erin Henry to the team. Erin comes to us after working in the insurance industry for 10+ years. Erin has worked in different capacities, both on the company side as well as the wholesale side of the business. Erin has also..
With everyone online as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it has opened up attacks by many different malicious actors. This includes the possibilities of state sponsored hackers.
With the Coronavirus pandemic shutting down businesses, many policyholders are now putting in insurance claims based on business interruptions. There are many things that the insured and the insurer should do as the claims start to come in. Among them are the following:
The Coronavirus has forced many companies away from their normal working environment and have switched to working from home. While this has some benefits to making sure the virus doesn’t spread between coworkers, it does raise a concern that employees at home networks might not be as secure as..
While the Coronavirus disrupts the tourism industry, Marriott is suffering from another bug. On March 30th, the hotel chain reported that over 5.2 million guests may have been compromised back in January 2020, before the Coronavirus.
With social distancing and lockdowns in place, many people have turned to going online in order to stay connected for many different reasons, including socializing to ordering supplies. But with this increased attention to the cyber world, many issues come up especially as a result.
As the demand for insurance starts to climb and with many people seeking insurance in many different fields over the coronavirus, many companies have started to compete for customers leading to essentially price wars. There are many legal ways to do this, but one illegal way is through the..
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With many states and cities on lockdown, there is a panic over the information being released. To combat this misinformation, the CDC and the federal government has released a guideline on how to combat and handle this viral pandemic.
As the panic over the Coronavirus continues, many restaurants are being forced to transition to delivery services. Delivery services and take out options such as Grubhub and Doordash to comply with different lockdown orders. While this seems like a lucrative business, from an insurance..
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Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, many states including New Jersey has implemented many social distancing and preventive measures.