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    Hurricane Sandy: Are We Next? Discussed at Risk Advisory Meeting In Boston March 28


    Risk Advisory Breakfast
    Sponsored by: Licata Risk Advisors

    You are cordially invited to join us for our Risk Advisory Breakfast 

    Thursday, March 28th   7:30-9 am
    The Boston College Club – 100 Federal Street, 36th Floor, Boston, Massachusetts

    Join a small group of fellow CFOs, board members, legal counsel & other executives for a complimentary breakfast and an in-depth discussion about the risks that face corporations today.

    This month’s topic:

    1.     Hurricane Sandy…Are We Next?

    Know what dangers are lurking in your insurance contracts

    Hurricane Sandy is but one example of the way properties, businesses and people are exposed; is this the “wave” of the future?  Much of the Hurricane Sandy loss was uninsured.  Why?

    How to access the flood insurance market; dealing with very high hurricane deductibles; is your insurance program solvent enough to survive a major catastrophe?  The devil is in the insurance details.  Much more. 

    2.      Why The Insurance Market is Like Quicksand 

    A round-up of the latest insurance industry abuses, and how to watch out for them

    Seating is limited
    Please RSVP with Brent Trethewey at:
    [email protected]  or 617.312.7289

    Feb 26, 2013

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    LicataRisk Advisors is an independent risk management and insurance consulting firm. We are not brokers and we do not sell insurance. We are not connected to any insurance company or product in any way and do not receive commissions. This is an important difference as you will have an expert on your side who is only committed to you.

    Licata Risk is not a law firm and does not practice law. General advice and contract input by the consultants, including those who are attorneys, is to provide insight into the risk and insurance aspects. Your attorney should be the final authority on any legal matter.