How Will COVID-19 Affect Your Insurance?

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The COVID-19 pandemic has raised many questions about the short- and long-term impact of the virus on businesses. We will explore how the coronavirus will cause your current insurance policies to react to various issues, including current and future loss of business income, workers’ compensation, liability and insurance pricing. Learn actions you can take now to protect your business from getting sued and to communicate effectively with your employees, keeping them happy and working. Tap into the creativity of the larger business community by hearing what others have done to generate new business opportunities and implement precautions and protections.

Mark Herring has been a commercial insurance broker for 34 years. He has had a national program for 28 years that specializes in providing insurance coverage to septage businesses. He currently insures more than 200 liquid waste removal/haulers. He has many clients that he has provided insurance to for more than 27 years. When it comes to understanding the industry of liquid waste, Herring has been the go-to guy for 25 years. Keeping a program of any type this long is almost unheard of. He has spent the last 22 years at Heffernan Insurance Brokers, which is one of the largest insurance brokers in the U.S., where he is a senior vice president. Heffernan Insurance Brokers specializes in program business and has done so for more than 30 years. Herring’s office is in Bend, Oregon. He has lived in Oregon for 54 years.

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