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Insights for Your Industry®

Insights for Your Industry® is an E-publication designed to help specific industries protect their property. Articles are written from a policyholder’s perspective and include real-life examples intended to improve disaster preparedness.

Insights for Your Industry® is provided free of charge as one of the public service offerings of Adjusters International, Inc., disaster recovery consultants. It is provided for general information and is not intended to replace professional insurance, legal or financial advice for specific cases.

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Issue #1017

What's Your Policy Toward Pets? You Need To Have One.

Enter "pet friendly" into a search engine today and you'll generate numerous listings of retail outlets, employers, and even dining and hospitality establishments that allow - and even invite - pets to accompany their owners.
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Issue #1016

Marina Property Risks Need Careful Scrutiny

Marinas are fun, but they are also a unique collection of risk exposures, including water, electricity, fuels, unsure footing, and, often, alcoholic beverages.
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Issue #1015

Drones: The risks and rewards

With the ability to conduct more thorough surveillance at lower cost than human inspectors and security personnel, drones are likely to become part of the property manager’s common toolkit very soon
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Issue #1014

Guns on Premises

What's the safe approach?
For property owners and managers, recent laws on the restriction of firearms mark a milestone in the privatization of liability for public safety
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Issue #1013

Disaster Preparedness - Why Hotels Need to be Ready

This edition discusses the key ingredients in building an effective plan to deal with hotel loss exposures such as terrorist threats, flooding, chemical spills, riot and civil commotion, earthquakes, fires, and more.
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Issue #1012

Food Production Industry's Unique Exposures to Loss

Special Attention to Insurance Coverage is Required
This edition focuses on special insurance coverages unique to the food industry needed to reduce the risk of exposures such as spoilage, contamination, equipment breakdown, product recalls, and more.
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Issue #1011

Two Occasionally Overlooked Insurance Needs of Restaurants

This article identifies two important insurance needs that some restaurant businesses, particularly smaller operations, may not believe are essential, but could cost as much or more than a typical property or liability claim.
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Issue #1010

Tenants and Marijuana: What's a landlord to do?

How does a landlord deal with tenants who own, grow, and/or use marijuana throughout the U. S. ? We discuss possible solutions to an industry where laws and restrictions are undergoing changes.
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Issue #1009

Pranksters and Vandalism - How to Protect Hotel Property

Vandalism is a risk that all hotels face and must take steps to avoid or minimize. We give you suggestions to prevent criminal acts from taking place on your property and explain the proper insurance coverages you need.
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Issue #1008

Commercial Cooking Operations — What Do Insurance Inspectors Look For?

Companies that insure restaurants typically use insurance inspectors to evaluate the facilities, specifically the condition of cooking equipment and loss-control practices of the restaurant operation.
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