Healthcare operations, including hospitals, pharmaceutical operations and medical insurance firms, are becoming more frequent targets for cyber attackers. The value of medical records on the darknet is higher than that of passwords and credit cards. Here’s how a cyber insurance policy can help: Visit our blog to get the latest insights from CCIG: Click here.
It’s a common misconception but, generally speaking, you don’t pay any more for insurance purchased through an independent broker vs. coverage directly purchased from a carrier. Click on the video below for more on that and other reasons to use a broker.
We asked Sam Todd, the executive director of operations at Peak to Peak Charter School in Lafayette, Colo., how CCIG has helped keep his school safe and its insurance premiums in check. Click on the video below to hear what he had to say. Visit our blog to get the latest insights from CCIG: Click… Read more »
Unmanned drones are being used by a growing number of industries. And it’s no wonder why. They can reach and hover above tough-to-reach or dangerous terrain. They can also cost plenty and, in cases of an accident, cause havoc. Luckily, there’s insurance for that.
Hired and non-owned auto coverage pays for bodily injury and property damage losses caused by vehicles you don’t own – including your employees’ when they’re on company business.
We know one size does not fit all. If you’ve reached certain professional and financial milestones, what was just fine yesterday in terms of personal insurance is probably not right today. Here’s how our Private Client Group can help:
For many, the days of the insurance company paying in full for a brand-new roof when yours is damaged in a hail storm are over. CCIG’s Sarah Silva explains how things have changed:
The recent Parkland, Fla., school shooting is a sobering reminder of how tragically common such shootings have become. Insurers have responded to the crisis by enhancing policies initially aimed at addressing acts of terrorism.