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Michael Jordan’s Rookie Sneakers Estimated to Sell for $1 Million or More

Michael Jordan’s Rookie Sneakers Estimated to Sell for $1 Million or More

One of the first pairs of sneakers Michael Jordan wore as a professional basketball player could become the most valuable pair ever sold at auction, CNBC recently reported. The red-and-white Nike Air Ships, which Jordan wore in 1984 during his rookie season, are being offered by Sotheby’s and opened for advanced bidding on Oct. 8. The signed sneakers are estimated…

Pedal Pubs Prompt Concerns After Falls and Injuries

Pedal Pubs Prompt Concerns After Falls and Injuries

A recent video that shows a man stumbling off a Tennessee pedal pub and falling into a moving car has added to growing concerns over the safety of open-air bike bars and other so-called “transportainment” vehicles where alcohol is served. In the video, a man is seen sitting in the backseat of a parked Nashville Pedal Tavern vehicle before falling…

Upcoming Webinars

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Everything you need to know about Parametric Insurance Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 1:30 PM EST Parametric Insurance is reaching a new level of popularity with clients. A form of risk transfer, it’s different from traditional property coverage, in that it issues a set payment upon the occurrence of a triggering event, such as a hurricane or wildfire. To help…

With Cyber Attacks on the Rise, Companies Urged to Protect Digital Infrastructure

With Cyber Attacks on the Rise, Companies Urged to Protect Digital Infrastructure

The U.S. government is working with the private sector to bolster the country’s cybersecurity, the White House recently announced. During a meeting on Aug. 25, President Joe Biden called on companies to “raise the bar on cybersecurity” and outlined a number of initiatives to address the growing threat of cybercrime, including plans for the National Institute of Standards and Technology…

Booming Real Estate Market Could Mean Increased Error Risk for Agents

Booming Real Estate Market Could Mean Increased Error Risk for Agents

A real estate agent and realty company are being sued for their handling of a $4.6 million home sale in Sarasota, Florida. According to a report in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, a man who wanted to buy the Bird Key neighborhood property but whose offer was not chosen is accusing real estate agent Roger Pettingell and Coldwell Banker Realty of manipulating…

Restaurants & Bars Insurance Coverage

Restaurants & Bars Insurance Coverage

In this webinar, our experts joined for a discussion on Restaurants and Bars, including: state of the industry, current insurance market conditions, tips for brokers and agents, and specialty solutions. https://vimeo.com/605080138/4da76097ec

Hurricane Ida Linked to Over 2,000 Water Pollution Reports

Hurricane Ida Linked to Over 2,000 Water Pollution Reports

An 11-mile-long oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico is one of more than 2,000 reports of water pollution being investigated by authorities in Louisiana after Hurricane Ida tore through the state on Aug. 29. The ruptured pipeline is located just south of oil and gas hub Port Fourchon, where the Category 4 storm caused significant damage and forced the…

Navigating the Commercial Property Market

Navigating the Commercial Property Market

Our experts met for a discussion on Commercial Property, including the current trends impacting the property market across the U.S. and Canada. https://vimeo.com/580897816/ad93c6b121

Catastrophic Flooding Claims Lives, Washes Away Homes in Middle Tennessee

Catastrophic Flooding Claims Lives, Washes Away Homes in Middle Tennessee

At least 22 individuals were killed and many more remained missing after a flash flood ravaged the rural town of Waverly, Tennessee on Aug. 21. The sudden torrent of rain — estimated at 17 inches, likely setting a state record — swept away vehicles, tore homes off their foundations and crumbled roads and bridges. By Aug. 23, officials were reportedly…

Sustained Labor Shortages Increase Liability Risks to Businesses

Sustained Labor Shortages Increase Liability Risks to Businesses

As labor shortages continue across the U.S., multiple industries are feeling the impact. Recent news reports describe hospitals in Virginia cross-training employees amid a shortage of nurses and other staff, hotel workers in Idaho switching between front desk work and housekeeping duties, and Texas schools starting the new term without enough teachers or bus drivers. The ongoing lack of workers…

Commercial Property Insurance Market Overview

Commercial Property Insurance Market Overview

The Commercial Property Insurance market in the U.S. and Canada is continuing to experience tightening of capacity and rising premiums, although rates are not increasing at the rate of Summer/Fall 2020, according to a group of industry experts with Burns & Wilcox. This means brokers need to provide all the documents necessary for renewal or new policies to ensure they…

108 Wildfires Rage Across U.S. as Fires Leave More Homeowners Vulnerable

108 Wildfires Rage Across U.S. as Fires Leave More Homeowners Vulnerable

At least 108 active wildfires were burning in the U.S. as of Aug. 10, involving over 2.4 million acres of land in 15 states. The Bootleg Fire in Southern Oregon has burned more than 400,000 acres since it was ignited by lightning on July 6 and although it was 98% contained as of Aug. 10, officials said it was nowhere…

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