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  • Marijuana Use Linked to Increased Car Crashes

    December 15, 2018

    Although the workplace impact of marijuana in states where it’s been legalized has mainly been a workers compensation concern, a recent study now links marijuana use to increased auto crash claims. In four states where marijuana is now legal — Colorado, Nevada, Oregon and Washington — the frequency of collision claims filed with insurers were […]

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  • What’s a “Reservation of Rights” Letter?

    November 20, 2018

    And what should you do if you get one? Your organization has just been sued, and you’ve notified your liability insurer as required by the policy. You think all’s taken care of…when you receive a reservation of rights letter from the insurer. What does this mean, and what should you do? Practical Risk Management defines […]

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  • Do You Need Professional Liability Insurance?

    November 10, 2018

    Unless you’re an attorney, doctor or accountant, it may not be obvious to you that you may need professional liability insurance. Forty percent of businesses believe they may have professional liability risks but have not purchased insurance for it, according to a recent survey of small business owners by The Hanover Insurance Company. Over the […]

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  • What’s a “Reasonable Accommodation”?

    November 2, 2018

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and amendments apply to employers with 15 or more employees. These employers cannot discriminate against individuals with disabilities in hiring, promoting, retaining and other aspects of employment. The ADA requires affected employers to provide a “reasonable accommodation” to allow these individuals to perform their job duties. Employers do not […]

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