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William Blount & Associates Blog: 4_2016

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  part 1 of 2 Principles and protocols for responding to unexpected catastrophic events, a Black Swan Black Swans are defined as rare, random, and high-impact events and are characterized to be catastrophic and broad. READ MORE >>

The MOST and LEAST Expensive 2016 Model Vehicles to Insure MOST expensive average annual premiums: 10.    $3,212: Porsche 911 Carrera GT3 RS 9.      $3,229: Audi RS7 Quattro Prestige 8. READ MORE >>

Loss Prevention Tips for INTERNET EXCHANGES    Stay Safe When Making Purchases Online! Now that online platforms such as Craigslist, Facebook and others have made classi... READ MORE >>

Vehicle Recalls Reach a Record High Fifty million vehicles operating in the United States have been recalled due to safety issues, but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that 25 percent of recalled vehicles are never repaired. That’s why it’s important to be proactive about vehicle recalls. READ MORE >>

Manufacturing News Congress Moves to Ban Forced Labor Products In February, Congress passed a bill that would close a loophole that allowed products made by forced or child labor to be imported into the United States. READ MORE >>

Managing Your Total Cost of Risk Part 2 of 2: Implementation Implementation of Control Measures Identifying exposures directs us to focus our resources on delivering the best control measures.  An estimated 75 percent of commercial insurance expenses are claims-driven. READ MORE >>

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