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Lay-Up with Chubb Recreational Marine
As the summer boating season winds down, boat owners across the country are beginning to prepare their vessels for winter storage. To help customers with this important lay-up process, Chubb is sharing its "Going Into Lay-Up" tip sheet, along with a full length "Going Into Lay-Up" brochure.These education resources are designed to help yacht and boat owners store their vessels safely over the winter and ensure readiness for spring commissioning next year. We encourage you to share this valuable information with your clients whenever possible Learn More
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Use Coalition's FREE Cyber Risk Assessment to bring cybersecurity awareness to your commercial clients.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). In 2004, the Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance launched the initiative to help businesses and individuals stay safe and secure online. NCSAM 2019 will emphasize personal accountability and stress the importance of taking proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity at home and in the workplace. This year's overarching message-"Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT."-will focus on a few key areas, including citizen privacy, consumer devices and e-commerce security. Big "I" members can help their commercial clients take the first step to understanding their online security posture by providing Coalition's free cybersecurity assessment. Learn More
Real Estate Agents and Failure To…
Real Estate agents can be sued for a variety of reasons. Most of them start with "Failure to…" followed by Disclose, Recommend, Properly Advise, Identify, Explain, or Comply. Failure to disclose is the biggest of these, easily accounting for half of all buyer initiated lawsuits. Agents that demonstrate their expertise and advise their real estate clients on the top risks they face are better positioned for successful, long-term relationships. A comprehensive risk management strategy for real estate agents and brokers includes prevention (risk reduction techniques), early detection (immediate reporting of claims and even potential claims) and treatment (E&O insurance). Common sense risk reduction techniques can lower the chances of a claim happening in the first place. If a claim does occur, treatment comes in the form of immediate reporting and a solid Errors and Omissions policy backed by experienced claims handling; because claims happen, sometimes even to good people who have tried to do everything right. Learn More
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