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Warner Center Aug. Meeting
Thursday, August 06, 2020, 12:00 PM PDT
Category: Warner Center

The Tribulations of the Hard Market

Insurance prices have changed, but your clients’ budget likely has not. So why the dramatic increase in commercial insurance premiums? The answer: uncertainty.

In California — and most of the country—we have witnessed a hardening insurance market in 2020. This means that carriers are projecting heavy increased rates across all lines of coverage, regardless of claim history, due to global factors that are impacting their business. As a result, middle-market organizations have now found themselves paying as much as 4x their original premiums, or left completely uninsured. 

Join us at BP Warner Center to hear from Craig Myers, Associate Vice President at Bolton and BP Member, who will be discussing the analytics of the hard market and how to best advise your clients on how to find optimal insurance coverage. You’ll Learn:                                 

  • Data & Analytics behind premium increases
  • New California Laws on Worker’s Compensation and its long-term affects
  • Business Interruption Coverage & COVID-19 
  • Key Metrics to differentiate your risk and gain underwriters’ attention

About the Speaker

Craig Myers empowers his clients with strategic insurance resources and high-touch guidance on managing and mitigating risk. By providing a range of Property & Casualty solutions—including safety programs and claims management—Craig is able to help organization’s address their specific challenges and ensure the success and growth of their business. In his role, Craig is focused on the unique challenges currently facing clients the nonprofit sector, finance, tech and entertainment.

Please watch the training and read the documents on the BP ZOOM Resource Center, so you are prepared for the meeting. It is essential that you RSVP 24 hours in advance using the link below, so our Membership Coordinator can send you the meeting information promptly.

Cost: Free