• Save the Date! January 11th, 2018

    Join us as we outline the turbulence and the penalty-infested waters of medical leave laws every employer needs to know about and try to avoid.

  • Meeker Sharkey & Hurley Helps Nonprofits Move to Medicaid Fee-for-Service Model with Less Risk

    The program includes a webinar, “Medicaid and the Risk to Providers,” featuring Medicaid expert Ivan Punchatz of Ingersoll & Rooney. In addition, MS&H published two special reports: “Insurance Questions for Non-Profits Transitioning to Fee-For-Service” and the “Cyber Liability Risk Reduction Checklist.” MS&H is also offering providers a free review of their cyber insurance coverage.

  • Hackers are getting everyone’s attention, even those that you might think as the best protected!

    Imagine the Invisible Man, sitting on the armchair in your bedroom at night, watching you and listening to your private conversations. What could he do with that information? Blackmail you? Gain access to your online accounts? Jeopardize your privacy and safety? Certainly all this and more.

  • The Ins and Outs of Claims-Made Policies

    Before an insured can report a claim, he or she needs to know what constitutes a claim. In many instances a claim may be defined as “an oral or written demand for monetary or non-monetary damages, including any judicial or administrative proceeding.” (It should be noted that not all policies utilize this exact wording.)

  • Held Hostage: Is Your Business Information At Risk For Ransom?

    These days, being held for ransom has taken on a whole new meaning–and your business technology’s biggest threat is virtual, persistent, and extremely difficult to pin down. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), ransomware attacks are on the rise—and businesses are becoming increasingly targeted over individual consumers due to their ability and willingness to pay higher ransoms.

  • Cyber insurance finding a market among non-profits

    “More and more non-profits are coming around to the fact that they have exposure to cyber risks and need cyber coverage,” said Craig Sutherland, chief operating officer at retail agency Meeker Sharkey & Hurley. He said the agency works with about 50 non-profits and that non-profit clients make up about 10% of the company’s premium base.

  • Employee Benefits – Compliance and Creative Solutions

    Meeker Sharkey & Hurley is featured in this month’s ‘Rough Notes’ Insurance Magazine. “At some point, we’re going to be down to the big three health insurance carriers, so the broker’s value proposition has changed from getting the lowest quote to really helping employers strategize about their benefits” – Tom Sharkey Jr., President

  • How will you cover your Share of Liability above your Coverage Limits?

    One myth about an umbrella policy is that it’s only needed by the wealthy.  These days the cumulative value of homes, vacation homes, rental property, cars, boats, savings, investments, and so on, owned by many people who don’t consider themselves wealthy, make them vulnerable to liability beyond their auto or homeowner’s insurance limits.  A good question to ask yourself is whether you have assets that you don’t want to put at risk in the event of a catastrophic liability.

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