Expecting the Unexpected Part of the Unexpected


Now, in a more positive vein, let’s look at some of the things you can do to help minimize your company’s exposure. We’ll begin by examining the first process you should undertake — preloss planning. Following that, we’ll review several important, general postloss considerations, including a number which relate specifically to the insurance claim process.

Preloss Planning

First of all, select a competent broker or risk consultant—one who understands your business vulnerabilities, who’s in touch with your growth, and with whom you can communicate. Make an effort to help him/her understand your business, so you can work together to identify possible exposures and solutions.

“The most important part of establishing a comprehensive disaster recovery program should be adopting the philosophy that you can best protect your firm not just by assuming that you’re covered.”