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Webinar: The Construction Insurance Market

Webinar: The Construction Insurance Market

During this webinar, our expert panel reviewed the current state of the construction market along with strategies for success. Watch now below. https://vimeo.com/986654786/b4a5aa663a?share=copy

Ask the Expert Q&A: Manufacturing & Distribution Insurance

Ask the Expert Q&A: Manufacturing & Distribution Insurance

Product contamination, misuse and recalls are among the risks associated with manufacturing and distribution operations. To learn about the insurance policies that can help companies protect themselves, we spoke with John Heaner, Associate Vice President, Regional Director, Commercial Insurance, Burns & Wilcox, Tampa, Florida. What are some of the greatest risks today in manufacturing and distribution? J.H.: The greatest risk…

New York Construction Sites Show Spike in Work-Related Injuries

New York Construction Sites Show Spike in Work-Related Injuries

Work-related fatalities at New York City building construction sites reached their lowest point in almost 10 years in 2023, according to new data from the city, but work-related injuries increased 25%, Safety+Health magazine reported on May 23. The Department of Buildings\' annual Construction Safety Report indicated that there were 841 building construction-related incidents, 692 injuries and…

Undeclared Allergens Push U.S. Food Recalls to Post-Pandemic High

Undeclared Allergens Push U.S. Food Recalls to Post-Pandemic High

Food recalls in the U.S. are on the rise, reaching a new high since the pandemic began and reversing the previous trend of decline, according to reports. In total, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration together recorded 313 food recalls and public health alerts in 2023, compared to 289 and 286 in 2022 and…

Popular Chain Restaurant Facing Liquor Violations After Serving Customer 18 Shots Before Crash

Popular Chain Restaurant Facing Liquor Violations After Serving Customer 18 Shots Before Crash

The liquor license of a Kelseys Original Roadhouse franchise in Huntsville, Ontario, was recently suspended over allegations that staff overserved alcohol to a customer before a fatal car crash. On Feb. 14, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario announced the 60-day suspension based on alleged liquor license violations stemming from a Nov. 4, 2022, incident in which a customer…

Stanley Cup Maker Sued for Failing to Disclose Lead in Tumblers

Stanley Cup Maker Sued for Failing to Disclose Lead in Tumblers

A lawsuit filed Feb. 1 against the makers of the highly sought-after Stanley insulated cup accuses the company of failing to disclose the presence of lead in its popular tumbler. The lawsuit, brought by consumers in California and filed as a potential class-action case, claims Stanley parent company Pacific Market International concealed their use of lead in the tumblers until…

P&C Report: 2024 Forecast

P&C Report: 2024 Forecast

Many of the primary factors that influenced the status of the Property & Casualty (P&C) market in 2023 are likely to remain in 2024. We continue to operate in a comparatively hard environment marked by rising but moderating rates on some lines of business, where it is often necessary to layer available capacity that includes carefully worded terms and conditions…

Builders, Homeowners Strained as Construction Costs Continue to Rise

Builders, Homeowners Strained as Construction Costs Continue to Rise

Home building costs are continuing to rise in the U.S. and Canada. In San Jose, California, construction costs have reached record highs as builders deal with increased costs and high interest rates, Newsweek recently reported. Many would-be homeowners are priced out of the market, while some home builders have turned to designing smaller houses so more buyers can afford them.…

70 Million ‘Liquid Roller’ Candy Products Recalled Over Choking Hazards

70 Million ‘Liquid Roller’ Candy Products Recalled Over Choking Hazards

More than 70 million candy products that contain rolling liquid dispensers were recently recalled due to the risk of choking. The two products separately recalled — 145,800 Cocco Candy Rolling Candy dispensers and 70 million of the Candy Dynamics Slime Licker Sour Rolling Liquid Candy — contain a roller ball mechanism that dispenses liquid. According to the U.S. Consumer Product…

Ask the Expert Q&A: Hospitality Insurance

Ask the Expert Q&A: Hospitality Insurance

From altercations between patrons to overserving alcohol, bars and restaurants face a number of risks that could lead to costly liability claims. To learn more about the risks and insurance solutions in the hospitality industry, Crain’s Content Studio spoke with Connor Farquharson, Manager, Commercial Insurance, Burns & Wilcox, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. What are some of the greatest risks in the…

Man Sues Olive Garden Claiming Injury, Anguish After Finding Rodent Part in Soup

Man Sues Olive Garden Claiming Injury, Anguish After Finding Rodent Part in Soup

A man is taking legal action against the popular restaurant chain Olive Garden after alleging that he found a rat\'s foot in a spoonful of his minestrone soup during a March visit to the eatery’s Warren, Michigan, location. According to the lawsuit, the foot injured the inside of the diner’s mouth and caused him to get physically ill. [lgc_column grid=\"50\"…

Baby Monitors, Dehumidifiers Recalled Over Burn Risks from Overheating Batteries

Baby Monitors, Dehumidifiers Recalled Over Burn Risks from Overheating Batteries

Philips Avent recently recalled nearly 13,000 baby monitors after receiving reports of the devices overheating, causing seven minor injuries. The affected Digital Video Baby Monitors, which were manufactured between March 2016 and December 2019 and sold for between $120 and $200, could have an issue with their rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. The batteries reportedly could overheat when…

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