10 Ways to Protect Your Business When Hosting a Holiday Party

10 Ways to Protect Your Business When Hosting a Holiday Party

A few years ago, the Insurance Information Institute released an article about hosting office holiday parties responsibly, and lowering your risks of liability. The article still holds true today, we we’ve provided it below to give you some food for thought when...
Top 10 Construction Industry Violations

Top 10 Construction Industry Violations

The US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) keeps statistics on accidents and violations by industry. Their current published list of violations for the construction industry include: Top 10 Most Frequently Cited...
Prepare Your Business for the Unexpected

Prepare Your Business for the Unexpected

Overmyer Hall Associates has prepared a comprehensive guide to preparing your business for the unexpected. It’s full of useful information and checklists to help you identify and prepare for some common disasters. It includes: A checklist for identifying risks...
Faulty Workmanship – Are You Covered?

Faulty Workmanship – Are You Covered?

By Joseph G Urquhart, CPCU, CRIS In recent years the number of faulty workmanship or construction defect claims has spiked dramatically. Are you covered by your commercial general liability (CGL) policy? Yes, no or maybe? Whether you are an owner, developer or...
The Rise of Drones in Construction

The Rise of Drones in Construction

The complexities of insuring unmanned aerial vehicles By: Joe Urquhart, CPCU, CRIS Vice President Overmyer Hall Associates For many industries, drones have changed the traditional approach of improving safety and efficiency. These drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles...
Project Selection Program

Project Selection Program

This information is a followup to the presentation we gave at the Successful Contractor seminar. Project Selection Breakthrough Contractors can now screen out losing jobs. This revolutionary new Project Selection Program will make project loses a thing of the past—and...