This issue of Preferred Insight discusses the rising risk of distracted walkers.
“Recent Pew Research studies have discovered that Americans aged 18 and over are using their phones for a multitude of tasks, all of which divert attention and many of which are undertaken “on the go.” Whether it is texting, email, surfing the web or downloading apps, our citizenry’s heads are not facing forward, but down. What’s a prudent property owner to do?”
In his latest blogpost, SeaFire’s Dennis Kane discusses the rise in slip and fall claims at dealership and shares best practices to safeguard against them. Excerpt:
“Whether customer and employee falls are accidental or intentional, these accidents share a common thread: they are expensive, time consuming, and alarming to dealership principals. Taking appropriate steps to protect customers and employees from basic slip and fall hazards will reduce loss exposure, prevent injury to people and protect your dealership’s bottom line.”
David Palchik Joins Preferred Concepts as Vice President, Preferred Underwriting
New York, NY (February 12, 2013) – Preferred Concepts, LLC, www.preferredconcepts.com, a leading program underwriter and specialty insurance broker, announced today that David Palchik has joined the firm as a Vice President and Team Leader in the firm’s Preferred Underwriting division. Palchik will manage the firm’s underwriting team in the Westport, Connecticut office location, which [...]
First and foremost, Preferred Concepts extends its sympathies to the families and communities of those who have been impacted by Hurricane Sandy. We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and have begun your recovery from the storm.
Please be advised that Preferred’s Hartford, CT, Westport, CT and Overland Park, KS offices are open and fully operational.
In anticipation of continued power outages and prolonged transportation obstacles in the New York Metro area, we have activated the business contingency plan for our New York City office location so that customer service may continue without interruption. Read More.