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Join AssuredPartners NL and Risk Management Solutions at the OHCA Convention

The annual Ohio Health Care Convention will be held May 1 – 4 at the Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. AssuredPartners NL and Risk Management Solutions will each have a booth on the expo floor.  Our Risk Management Solutions team member, Barbara Peterson, will present – Memory Care Steps and Strategies to Minimize Risk […]

AssuredPartners NL Announces Todd Stocksdale as President

AssuredPartners NL has announced the promotion of Todd Stocksdale, Chief Operating Officer to an expanded role as President of AssuredPartners NL and Regional President for AssuredPartners, Inc., effective immediately. Stocksdale has proven his leadership abilities and will now take on corporate and regional responsibilities. Todd Stocksdale, AssuredPartners NL Platform President As the President of AssuredPartners […]

Preparing for Spring Storms Series – Emergency Plan: Part 2 of 3

Storms can arrive quickly with little notice but we know that in the spring, thunderstorms, tornadoes, hail and flooding are real possibilities. In part one of our series, we discussed preventative measures to take around your home before spring storms hit. Like with any other extreme weather event, you should have a storm safety plan […]

How New Technology Tools Impact the Construction Industry

The construction industry is on the rise again this year with an expected five percent increase over 2016 numbers. The sections seeing the most upswing are single-family housing, commercial buildings and institutional buildings. As the industry rises, the need for sophisticated technology tools and techniques are needed to help contractors and developers prevent risk and loss. […]

Risks for Homeowners in the Sharing Economy

Similar to ridesharing, home-sharing is growing at a tremendous rate. With websites like Airbnb, more and more individuals are participating in property sharing. For those who feel comfortable with renting out their home while they are away, it is a quick, and easy way for travelers to access inexpensive and informal places to stay; however, as […]

How to Encourage Participation in National Walking Day

April 5 is the American Heart Association’s National Walking Day. Walking reduces your risk of having a heart attack, developing high blood pressure, developing Type 2 diabetes, stress, depression and anxiety. Just 30 minutes of walking a day can make you healthier and more energetic. Celebrate this activity-boosting initiative at your workplace by encouraging your […]

Preparing for Spring Storms Series – Your Home: Part 1 of 3

April showers bring May flowers and often times, damage to your property. The spring storm season can bring severe weather including lightning, strong winds, tornadoes and hail. Over the next month, we’ll post a series of blogs to help you reduce the probability of having to file a storm-related claim. Part one of the series […]

Healthy Recipe: Get Up and Go Peanut Crunch Bars

March is National Peanut Month. Due to their rich health benefits, peanuts are a great snack, packed with protein and fiber. Eating 1 ½ ounces of peanuts each day may reduce your risk of heart disease but if you are not a plain peanut person try adding them to trail mix, salads, oatmeal or this […]

5 Safety Tips for First-Time Flyers

Flying may seem as easy as driving for frequent flyers but for those who rarely fly, or who have never flown before, it can trigger anxiety. Large crowds, fear of safety and always-changing security regulations can make airports a high-stress place. The best way to ease the stress of flying for the first time is […]

3 Ways to Improve your Construction Safety Efforts

The construction industry is on the rise since the 2008 recession and as the industry sees more activity, work-related accidents and deaths increase. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015 saw 937 fatal deaths in the construction industry which is a 2% increase, the most since 2008. This raises the question, how can employers […]

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