Is it Time to Consider a Memory Care Community? — Creating a True “Home” for Seniors

Falls are by far the leading cause of Professional Liability losses, and Church Mutual’s average fall related professional liability claim with injury is over $200,000. In a 2016 study done by the National Center for Health Statistics, it was found that 3.3% of Assisted Living residents per quarter sustained a fall related injury. Over half of the falls inContinue reading “Is it Time to Consider a Memory Care Community? — Creating a True “Home” for Seniors”

Cyber Liability: Your Five Biggest “Insider” Threats

While identity theft is a growing concern for consumers, businesses have even more reasons to be stressed. Your computer systems hold sensitive data on everyone associated with your company including management, employees, customers, and vendors; and cybercrime and data breaches have become commonplace. If you haven’t faced a cyberattack yet, it’s only a matter ofContinue reading “Cyber Liability: Your Five Biggest “Insider” Threats”

We can make a very favorable impact on your commercial insurance placements

As an insurance broker dedicated to the senior living sector, I am amazed and impressed by how many of our current and future clients have expanded their resident services offerings in order to meet increased acuity levels and the socialization needs of residents and their families given the regulatory, legal and labor climate challenges that exist.At the same time,Continue reading “We can make a very favorable impact on your commercial insurance placements”

Insurance for Senior Care & Living Communities

As an insurance broker dedicated to the senior living sector, I am amazed and impressed by how many of our current and future clients have expanded their resident services offerings in order to meet increased acuity levels and the socialization needs of residents and their families given the regulatory, legal and labor climate challenges that exist.At the same time,Continue reading “Insurance for Senior Care & Living Communities”