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The winners of our drawings at Experience in Clearwater, FL in May have been chosen. They are in the process of being contacted and will be published in the August Insider.
FORECAST OF ATLANTIC SEASONAL HURRICANE ACTIVITY AND LANDFALL STRIKE PROBABILITY FOR 2019
We have maintained our forecast for a near-average 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. The tropical Atlantic currently has near-average sea surface temperatures. We believe that the odds of a weak El Niño persisting through August-October have diminished slightly. However, neither ENSO nor tropical Atlantic sea surface temperatures look particularly favorable for an active season. The probability for major hurricanes making landfall along the United States coastline and in the Caribbean remains near its long-term average. Continue Reading the Entire Report
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IICRC Standards Director Elected as President of The Society for Standards Professionals
“For the past eight years, Mili has helped secure the Institute’s position as a standards leader in the inspection, cleaning and restoration industry,” said Pete Duncanson, IICRC Chairman. “We’re proud to see her knowledge, hard work and ability to lead recognized beyond our organization.”Read More
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What Drives Insurance Premiums?
By Kari Dybdahl, ARMR Network
Once a year we have to write a dreaded check to our insurance agent for insurance coverage. In my past article about the 4 Cs of insurance, I introduced that one of the Cs is cost. In the insurance world, we refer to the cost of insurance as the premium.
Have you ever wondered how insurance companies come up with the premium amount for the coverage you purchase? When I attend the various restoration and cleaning industry conferences, I like to ask, “What is one thing you dislike about insurance?” I’ve heard a handful of interesting responses over the past 10 years, to say the least, but the most common response is that the cost of insurance is too high.
Contractors are not alone in this sentiment; I’ve never met anyone who has felt that they’re not paying enough for their insurance. However, like taxes, the cost of insurance is simply another one of those necessities in life. Perhaps getting a better understanding of how insurance companies come up with the premiums they charge can make this pill a little easier to swallow. (read more)