Personal Accident

NFL Draft Will Turn Athletes into Millionaires – and Make Them Prime Targets for Risk

More than 200 players will be selected in this week’s NFL draft, marking a turning point in both their professional and personal lives that also brings added liability with increased income and fame. First-round picks in particular will make millions of dollars as the 2017 draft reminded us, with the first overall pick expected to…

Lights, camera, insurance: Feature film coverage

The global film industry is projecting healthy gains with forecasts set to increase from $38 billion in 2016 to more than $50 billion by 20201. One thing that many do not realize is that insurance is needed before any filmmaker can say ‘Lights, camera, action.’ This continues beyond box office movies and is the case…

Why Every Client Needs Personal Accident Insurance

Minor accidents can result in major consequences On average, an estimated 1.3 million business trips occur each day in the U.S.—a number that is only expected to grow1. These work-related trips are often the motive behind purchasing Personal Accident insurance. And for good reason; 20-50 million people are injured or disabled in road crashes alone…

Special Order

Kidnapping. Piracy. Terrorism. The world is full of special risks that need covering—and full of opportunities for brokers capable of placing them As distinct as the worlds of accident, health, and special risks insurance are, a common thread connects them, says Rupesh Appannah, Senior Accident, Health and Special Risks Broker at Chesterfield Group in London….

Don’t Take It on the Chin

Sports & Entertainment coverage is designed to protect athletes, entertainers and their representatives. In this case, Insurance Market Source discusses the loss of income specific to sports agents due to death, disability and disgrace of a professional athlete. No one wants to open the morning sports page to find their favorite player is out for the season,…

Protection Beyond the Helmet and Pads

Accident and Health Sports Coverage LeBron James or Tiger Woods may look invincible as they tower over competitors or muscle a 350-yard drive, but even they are vulnerable to unexpected risks. They face unique financial and personal risks in their careers, not only for themselves, but for the nearly half-trillion dollar U.S. sports industry that…