Today is National Change Your Password Day

February 1st is National Change Your Password Day. Changing passwords helps to protect sensitive information and reduce the risk of unauthorized access. Hackers now have advanced technology that has allowed them to hack into personal information systems more efficiently. As a result, within the past five years, about 3 million complaints of cyber security threats … Continued

Are You ready for 2023 OSHA Reporting?

Every year businesses are required to post physical (and in some cases electronically) report summaries of the work-related incidents that occurred at their places of business or project sites.  February 1st marks the deadline for you to tabulate your annual OSHA Log Summary (OSHA Form 300A) and post it in a common area wherever notices to … Continued

Pollution Coverage for Fixed-Based Operators

by Jared Sadowski, Vice President, Aviation Practice Leader and Brandon Mohr, Claims In-House Counsel Fixed-base operators (FBOs) offer many important services for aircraft, including crew lounges, hangar storage, maintenance and repair, and refueling at airports across the United States. FBOs use fuel/tank farms with storage tanks and pumps on their property for fueling operations. The … Continued

Key Takeaways from the 2022 Transportation Event

Henderson Brothers, Schnieder Downs, and Pion Law hosted our October transportation panel event. The event included two presentations and panel discussions. We concluded with a networking mixer and happy hour.   Schneider Downs Presentations Our event started with a Schneider Downs informational session on The Inflation Reduction Act, introducing new opportunities to receive tax credits and … Continued

The Power of Data: How Complex Risk Analysis Can Help Your Business

Organizations must look for many risks to their operations in today’s global economy, including injuries, cybersecurity threats, and other hazards unique to their processes. Risk is, by definition, uncertain, and the end costs of many incidents and losses remain unknown. However, insurance is designed to protect businesses from these events, and countless plan designs and … Continued

Leasing Employees? Protect Your Business from Uncovered Claims

By Mak Kelly, Sales Consultant for Commercial Lines Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic caused thousands of businesses to close temporarily, businesses are now struggling to find workers to fill open positions. According to the latest numbers from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, there are over 10 million job openings across the country, but only … Continued

You’re Invited To Our Transportation Event: Driver Management & Compliance

October 27, 2022 2pm to 6pm The Chief's Room at Acrisure Stadium Join us for an afternoon of presentations, panel discussions, and a networking reception! Register Now Agenda: Presentations: The Inflation Reduction Act: “What Am I Eligible For?" Building Value Into Your Trucking Business Presented By: Matthew Werner Shareholder Tax Advisory Services Schneider Downs George … Continued

Controlling Workers’ Compensation Costs for School Districts

by Chris Branvold, Consultant, Commercial Lines Department and Education Practice Group Member Educational institutions comprise various work environments, including classrooms, school buses, and sports facilities. Therefore, protecting these diverse types of employees with proper safety procedures and workers’ compensation insurance represents a high priority for school districts and a large portion of their insurance costs. … Continued

Insurance Issues in the Education Industry

Schools, colleges, and universities are intricate networks of different types of jobs across multiple facilities and locations. From an insurance perspective, they face many kinds of risk exposure. At Henderson Brothers, we have been serving the education industry for decades. We understand the school environment and the nuances of resolving education-related issues. Here are several … Continued

Exhaustion of Limits: Named Insured and Additional Insured

There are basically 2 types of “exhaustion” scenarios when you look at the insurance programs of the Named Insured versus the Additional Insured. A typical example is where a Subcontractor (Named Insured) is asked to add the General Contractor to their policy as an Additional Insured. Indeed, the General Contractor, and Additional Insured in this … Continued