Covering All Bases For Athletes With Commercial General Liability Insurance

Author: oswaldcompanies | Date:May 28th, 2015 | Category: Blog, Business Risk, Personal Risk, Property & Casualty

Don’t assume that an athlete’s personal insurance (their general liability from a homeowner’s policy or personal umbrella coverage) or even the league itself will cover a player promoting their celebrity off the field. It’s important to know that this is NEVER the case, but insurance products are available through select markets to manage the liability exposures […]

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Protect the Net: Join Oswald for a Webinar to Discuss Sports Concussion Litigation

Author: oswaldcompanies | Date:February 26th, 2015 | Category: Blog, Events, Personal Risk

Join Oswald March 4, 2015 at 3 p.m. ET for a webinar on Sports Concussion Litigation. Presented by Noel C. Paul, a commercial litigation attorney with the law firm of Reed Smith LLP in Chicago and moderated by Ron Boynar, Business Development at Oswald, they will discuss lawsuits related to long-term effects of concussions suffered […]

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Protect the Net: Webinar on Insuring Off-Field Exposures for Professional Athletes

Author: oswaldcompanies | Date:February 17th, 2015 | Category: Blog, Business Risk, Personal Risk

Consider the following real-life exposures; which scenario do you believe is covered by a professional athlete’s personal liability or excess liability, also known as, umbrella liability? Your client… is signing autographs at a local bookstore and a child walks by and trips over his/her chair, suffering injuries to his face has a foundation that sponsors a […]

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Oswald Associates to Participate on a Boomer Generation Financial Webinar Series

Author: oswaldcompanies | Date:October 1st, 2014 | Category: Blog, Personal Risk

Join Oswald, Skylight Financial Group and Walthall CPAs for a webinar series that will focus on financial security for the boomer generation.  The webinars will address the unique issues that the boomer generation (ages 50-74) will face. Presenting from Oswald includes Sue Foerster, CEBS, Vice President; Jeffrey Wasserman, Managing Director of Specialty Life; and Brian Feliciano, […]

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Jeffrey Wasserman to speak at the Tau Boule Professional Development Series

Author: oswaldcompanies | Date:September 3rd, 2014 | Category: Blog, Personal Risk

Oswald’s Jeffrey Wasserman, Senior VP and Managing Director of Oswald Specialty Life, will participate in a panel discussion on creating inter-generational wealth.  Other panelists include David Reynolds, Managing Director at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, and Robert Weiss, Managing Director, JP Morgan Chase. Other topics to be discussed include innovation, entrepreneurship, and health and wellness. The […]

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Navigating the Target Breach & Protecting Your Identity

Author: Kimberly Lucarelli | Date:January 21st, 2014 | Category: Blog, Personal Risk

If you are one of the millions that used a credit or debit card at Target late last year, or ordered merchandise on their website, we’d like to ask your attention. Due to a massive security breach, your credit, debit card or personal information may have been compromised, and according to several financial experts, you […]

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Tightening Your Financial Belt? Tips for Managing Your Personal Insurance

Author: Kimberly Lucarelli | Date:August 7th, 2013 | Category: Blog, Personal Risk

With an increasingly unpredictable economy, the topic of reducing the cost of home and auto policies is front and center. Of course, it’s never prudent to cancel your home or car insurance poli­cies or let them lapse. That is not only risky, it could invite trouble. However, by implementing a few measures around your home […]

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Is Life Insurance a Worthy Wealth-Accumulation Tool?

Author: David Orloff | Date:July 11th, 2013 | Category: Blog, Personal Risk

Since 1900, the stock market has had 23 significant downturns. The bear market of 2000-2002 saw stocks plunge 49%; the 2007-2009 meltdown saw a 57% drop. It wasn’t until March 2013 that the major market indices recovered. Investors responded by pouring billions into stocks and mutual funds, with many people hoping they “won’t get hurt […]

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Rate Increases, Revised Coverage Limits For Homeowners Are Result Of Catastrophic Weather Events

Author: Kimberly Lucarelli | Date:June 12th, 2013 | Category: Blog, Personal Risk

“Higher premiums, increased deductibles, new coverage limitations, increased scrutiny of claims, and in some cases, not renewing some policies.” That’s the situation for homeowners these days, mainly because of “catastrophic” weather events in the U.S., including last year’s Hurricane Sandy. In the past five years, 953 “catastrophic” weather events occurred in the U.S., compared to […]

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User Risks Suggest Social Media Is Not So “Friend-ly”

Author: Kimberly Lucarelli | Date:May 30th, 2013 | Category: Blog, Personal Risk

Would you give a complete stranger the keys to your home or office? Probably not. Yet that’s exactly what occurs when you or a family member log onto a social media site like Facebook, or one of the popular “check-in” sites, without taking adequate steps to guard your privacy. Those websites can be a “gold mine” of information available to […]

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