You Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk, But You May Have to Pay for It

By Matt Dinverno, Commercial Insurance Advisor “Don’t cry over spilled milk” is a phrase I’ve heard hundreds of times. I frequently read headlines about large legal settlements over spilled coffee or other perplexing liability scenarios. As an insurance professional, with insurance protection and clients’ exposures on my mind, I think about what would happen if

Increasing Drug Prices Can Be a Bitter Pill to Swallow: How Brown & Brown’s Pharmacy Purchasing Coalitions Can Help

By Steve Hettrick, Benefits Practice Leader, Brown & Brown of Detroit Prescription Drug Costs Are On the Rise…Again Prescription drug costs are expected to rise 11.6% in 2017, up from the previous year’s increase. By comparison, wages are expected to rise just 2.5% in the same time period (per Segal Consulting). In fact, prescription drug

Q2 2017 Advisor Newsletter

Please download the PDF to read the following articles: To Airbnb or NOT to Airbnb Older Building? 3 Reasons Why Ordinance and Law Coverage Could Save Your Business The Skinny of It: Benefits of MEC Plans Is an Umbrella Truly and Umbrella?  

The Art of Buying Business Insurance

By Chris Bolton, Commercial Insurance Advisor Let’s Face It In the event of a serious loss, such as a natural disaster or fire that puts you out of business for months on end, or a dangerous lawsuit that threatens your business survival, the last thing on you mind will be what you paid for your

Top 5 Ways to Reduce your Workers Compensation Costs

Insurance costs are top of mind for all companies. The expense and the hassle of insurance often creates a dislike for the process necessary to best manage the program. At times, companies don’t feel they have much control over the cost, which it is a variation of market forces they don’t believe they can influence. Workers’