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A Message to Our Clients

A Message to Our Clients

It is important for you to know that we have been closely monitoring the ongoing nature of events related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The health and safety of our employees, clients and our community continue to be of utmost importance. Much planning and consideration has been underway and at this time, would like to share some of the protocols and preventative measures that we have implemented to date.  As it relates to our business continuity preparedness, we have been taking a number of pro-active steps to ensure the dedicated teams at the Lawrie Insurance Group are well equipped to handle the ongoing servicing needs of your insurance during this time of uncertainty.   Please know that our business continuity preparedness plan is now in place to allow us to operate and service the needs of clients with as little disruption as possible. This includes…read more →

How to prepare your company for the potential impact of the coronavirus

How to prepare your company for the potential impact of the coronavirus

Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has been declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization and most firms are not prepared for the potential prolonged impacts on staff welfare, operations, supply chains and the broader economy arising from a globally-spreading infectious disease. Organizations should carefully plan their response to the coronavirus to ensure they are prepared for the potential impact of the outbreak. Planning ahead rather than acting reactively will speed up recovery, cut response and reduce strain on senior management time. We can assist your organization with developing claim management protocols As your trusted resource and partner for Commercial Insurance and Risk Management, We can assist your organization with developing claim management protocols that establish clear roles and responsibilities for personnel inside and outside the organization. or call 1-800-661-1518 A four-step action plan is recommended to…read more →

Watercraft Insurance

Watercraft Insurance

As winter draws to a close and we put our skis and snowmobiles away for another season, our thoughts turn to summer fun and in between, we use spring to start making plans for the beach or the cottage and fun in the water.  Boat shows abound for those looking to buy their first watercraft or upgrade.  Ads start to appear online or in the paper for used watercraft being offered for sale.  Craft that have been stored for the winter are being readied for their return to the water.  Anglers, sailors, water skiers and swimmers are looking forward to getting back to the water. Whether you are new to watercraft or a seasoned sailor, one of the most important things to remember is insurance for you and your vessel.  Why, you may ask?  No matter how much experience or…read more →

International Marketplace Insights | February 2020 Edition

International Marketplace Insights | February 2020 Edition

International Marketplace Insights | February 2020 Edition Events, developments, and opportunities in the international marketplace. We occupy a unique position in the international risk management and employee benefits marketplace, and have the ability and resources to help you globally. We provide our clients exclusive access to a dedicated, in-sourced international department, effectively on their payroll and fully integrated within their operations, acting as an extension of their team. Our network provides access to more experience, technical resources, and innovative industry expertise. We are able to provide direct local involvement worldwide and strengthen insurer relations, providing regional knowledge and expertise as well as regulatory compliance. Please contact us at 1-800-661-1518 if you have any questions or concerns regarding international insurance. Recent Successes: Placed a Property & General Liability Package policy for a 24,000 sq. foot poly-carbonate greenhouse risk in South Korea. Bound local policies for Property…read more →

Live Well, Work Well – February 2020

Live Well, Work Well – February 2020

February Is National Heart Awareness Month Heart disease is the second-leading cause of death in Canada, with 1 in 12 Canadians ages 20 and older living with diagnosed heart disease. Despite its prevalence, many people still don’t fully understand what heart disease is, how to identify the signs or how to reduce their risk. To increase awareness of heart disease and how to prevent it, the Canadian government recognizes February as Heart Month. Definition of Heart Disease Heart disease can refer to any condition from which the heart does not work properly. This can include heart defects that are present from birth, as well as those that develop later on by biological or lifestyle risk factors. Heart disease can lead to a heart attack, heart failure and death. There are many different types of heart disease, including: Coronary artery disease—Arteries…read more →

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