Brokers & Insurers Editor Mark A. Hofmann has covered insurance, brokerage and risk management for Business Insurance for nearly 25 years, during which time he has led the publication’s coverage of federal legislation affecting the property/casualty industry and its customers.
In fact, they’re a bit of an odd couple in terms of the forces they packed and the territory they covered, and that means they will have different impacts on different types of insurers. After Harvey made landfall in a relatively remote part of South Texas, largely sparing Corpus Christi, it quickly became a rainfall event.
She wasted no time calling Laura Ambrose, the Brown & Brown agent who handles her account. “She answered the phone, and she was right there for me,” Richichi says. “Ambrose is not just an insurance agent; she is a really caring, open person. It isn’t just about the job. There’s definitely a personal touch…. She’s just an easy person to talk to. She answers every question without hesitation.”Richichi rode out the storm on the property, an experience she describes as tough and scary.
A Fayette County woman is suing a local grocery store, claiming she was sexually harassed in the two years she worked there.Deborah Jenkins, through her attorney Joel Sansone, filed a lawsuit in federal court against JG Brodak Supermarket Inc. out of Bridgeville doing business as the Masontown Shop ‘n Save.According the complaint, Jenkins was hired at the grocery store in August 2014 and was subject to a sexually hostile work environment from a co-worker in the meat department.The complaint...
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Selecting a term
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