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The end of hurricane season 2014 – Why to never let your guard down

The end of hurricane season 2014 – Why to never let your guard down
The end of November brings two significant events. The first is a full court press for the start of the holiday season and the second is the end of the official Atlantic hurricane season. Regarding the former let’s hope it is a good one. Things are looking good as the U.S. stock market continues its upward trajectory and despite reports from the financial sector that 25% of some of the world’s largest economies are in a recession, (some even facing deflation) the U.S. economy continues to grow with the additional good news of little threat of inflation for the homeland. And love those falling fuel prices! Read More

Are October Hurricanes becoming the Norm? Hurricane Gonzalo Update & Business Interruption Insurance Primer

Are October Hurricanes becoming the Norm? Hurricane Gonzalo Update & Business Interruption Insurance Primer

Most in the Caribbean Islands were unprepared.  In fact, one emergency operations manager downplayed the storm over the radio so much that thousands were caught off guard as they did not take the necessary precautions to protect their properties from Hurricane Gonzalo.  It is rumored he will soon lose his job.  At the request of some clients, I flew into St. Maarten the day after the storm passed.

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Remembering Superstorm Sandy and its Impact on the 2013 Hurricane Season

On September 11th last year, Rick and I flew to New York City for a planned meeting with Anderson Kill Loss Advisors, a group of the nation’s top public adjusters at the Manhattan law offices of Anderson Kill. The purpose of the meeting was to meet and discuss current events and future plans for this team of professional adjusters, whom we are proud to be a member.  Little did any of us know what would be coming a month and a half later. Read More