It’s business as usual.
As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues to affect businesses, U.S. Risk’s robust continuity plans ensure that you can do business with us as usual. During this crisis, we will continually update this page with useful information to help you service your clients.
Communication with carriers and regulators
We are in constant communication with our carrier partners and continue to monitor state and regulatory announcements and bulletins. Internal resources have been put in place to keep all of our employees up to speed on the evolving insurance marketplace, which in turn will allow us to more effectively service our clients.
As a reminder, U.S. Risk has a number of payment options available, including ACH and online payments. Click HERE for a PDF with instructions.
U.S. Risk COVID-19 Insights
Returning to Work: Managing Pandemic Risk | There is more to returning to work than practicing social distancing and washing hands while the pandemic continues. This comprehensive presentation gives you checklists for adapting the workspace; preparing the workforce; managing behavior; and adapting as medical advances develop. It’s also a reminder that we’re all in this together.
Caregiver Risk Management in Assisted Living Facilities in the Wake of COVID-19 | COVID-19 will cause health concerns across the country for months to come. Assisted living facility insurance is only one part of a larger risk management process. With this insurance, and by following guidelines published by the CDC and groups like the World Health Organization, ALFs and nursing homes are better able to protect their senior residents.
Considerations for Banks and Financial Institutions in a Time of Pandemic | As economies the world over have ground to a halt, individuals, companies, and communities face significant financial hardships. Financial managers can help better manage risk exposures by gaining an understanding of the unique challenges uncovered by the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19 and the Long-Term Impacts on Cybersecurity | As more companies move to virtual at-home work environments, the need for robust cybersecurity has grown in importance. Now is the time to help clients assess their cyber liability risks and insurance coverages.
How is COVID-19 Affecting the Commercial Transportation Industry? | The transportation industry is as important as ever, and may even grow in importance as essential goods are needed across the country. It is important to note that commercial transportation insurance is only one part of a more comprehensive risk management plan for this sector. Managing risks is the key to surviving the pandemic.
How Will Coronavirus Impact Cybersecurity and Why Does it Matter? | As COVID-19 continues to reshape online activity, cybersecurity remains a serious concern. With appropriate cybersecurity practices, and with the robust coverage of cyber liability insurance, business owners and public agencies alike can protect user data.
Insurance Agent and Broker COVID-19 Loss Control | Since it is unlikely much of the insurance-buying public purchased insurance with a global pandemic in mind, there will be significant numbers of them who are underinsured for the types of losses they are now sustaining. Understanding this, it is important to be conscious of the types of behaviors to avoid.
Temporary Labor and Legal Challenges for Staffing Resulting from COVID-19 | The coronavirus pandemic has created many challenges for employers, and those challenges may evolve as time goes on. For now, implementing policies, protecting the health of employees, and reviewing contracts can help manage some of the risks employers face.
What Employers Should Consider Regarding COVID-19 and Workers’ Compensation | Claims of infected workers will continue to skyrocket for the foreseeable future, particularly among essential workers and as more businesses begin to emerge from lockdown orders. By managing claims as they arise, employers and insurance agents can work to keep expenses under control, allowing them to better weather the impacts of the pandemic over the long term.
Industry and External Resources
Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
Guidance from other Federal Agencies and Partners: