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.
The recent Parkland, Fla., school shooting is a sobering reminder of how tragically common such shootings have become. Indeed, a recent Washington Post analysis found that the list of school shootings grows by 1.4 incidents every week. Today, educational institutions are the second-most likely place for active shooter events to take place. In part, that’s… Read more »
Editor’s note: This article was first published in January 2017. The question of whether to arm teachers is back in the news, stirring up a debate that Coloradans know all too well. Yet regardless of how anyone feels about it, the idea poses a big problem for schools: finding an insurance company willing to cover… Read more »