3 Things to Know About Weather Insurance

Rainy Soccer Stadium

Each year in the United States, weather costs businesses an estimated $630 billion. Chances are your business pays a hefty portion of this weather bill. Adverse weather harms the bottom line of individual businesses operating in a multitude of industries such as utilities, retail, fairs and festivals, transportation, sporting events, and construction. Weather insurance can help to protect your business or … Read More

Rain Insurance: A Plan Worth Implementing

Dogwood Tree

For over 80-years the Atlanta Dogwood Festival welcomes spring with its nationally renowned Fine Artist Market, live music, kids village, and several other entertainment options for the entire family to enjoy. Daytime temperatures typically average around 70 degrees making the festival a perfect way to spend the whole day outdoors. That is unless… Read More

Construction Risk Management: Beyond Calculating Lost Weather Days

construction excavator in mud puddle

An exceptionally long winter with heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures made the early stages for constructing a new office building slow going. Finally, the snow has let up, but heavy rain keeps cycling into the weekly forecast. The weather delays on this project are cutting deeply into profits. With some luck, this may be… Read More