Mold Remediation Best Practices: Engineering Controls

October 24th, 2019|

The presence of mold contamination indoors should not be taken lightly.  Individual mold spores are microscopic and not visible to the naked eye.  By the time you can see just one square inch of growth, there could be millions of mold spores in the colony.  Given the right conditions, these spores can contaminate

Preparing Your Business for Disasters

September 3rd, 2019|

We all do it - we worry about things we cannot change. What if you didn’t have to worry as much? You can’t prevent disasters from happening, but you can be prepared for a disaster before it takes place by planning now. Wouldn’t you feel better knowing you have a plan?

Property Claim Red Flags: What to Watch Out for During the Claims Process

August 27th, 2019|

From our 2019 Florida RIMS Educational Conference Session in Naples, Florida Introduction The insurance claims process and the relationship between the insured and the insurer has changed drastically over the last 20 years. We are seeing more and more materially interested parties involved in the insurance claims process,

Don’t Be a Victim of Unqualified Service Providers

September 20th, 2018|

After a hurricane or other regional disaster, the hardest-hit areas are often flooded with contractors and service providers that aren’t properly licensed or qualified to perform the work they are hired to do. Too many people hire the first vendor who knocks on their door because they are desperate to start the recovery process.

Know Your Commercial Insurance Policy

April 9th, 2018|

Understanding Your Commercial Property Damage Insurance Policy is Critical This isn’t some evil rant on insurance brokers. It’s just common sense that’s not so common. Commercial Brokers don’t intend to under insure a property or exclude coverages from your policy, but their job is to find the right balance between proper coverage and staying