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When an employee is terminated from a job against their wishes, they are likely to be upset about it, even if the employer has justifiable reasons for letting them go. The employee may feel like they have been treated unfairly, or blamed for something that they couldn’t have prevented. Employees are capable of suing their former employer for wrongful termination if they believe that they were fired for an illegitimate reason such as age, religion, gender, race, sexual orientation, sexual harassment or retaliation.

In one example of a costly wrongful termination claim, after an employee reported multiple incidents of repeated..



Posted:September 5, 2018

By Drew M. Smith

The Social Media service, Reddit, was reportedly breached according to a blog post released August 3rd. The service revealed that in June, a hacker accessed one of its older servers and compromised emails, data verification and everything that was in the server up to 2007.

What caused the breach was the lack of a simple yet overlooked security measure. Dual-factor authentication has become increasingly popular to secure their passwords and their accounts. (Cyber Tip DFA) In Reddit’s case, the employees did not do a proper job in setting up the service. Instead of a key..


Posted:August 13, 2018

By: Drew M. Smith

The PGA of America reportedly was hacked Tuesday as they tried to access their files for the ongoing PGA championship. Technicians realized they were hacked when they were trying to access the files and were revealed to be locked behind a Bitcoin wall with a message that revealed any attempt to break would result in the files being lost.

The hackers accessed the files that contained advertising and digital signage that was going to be a part of the 100th PGA Championship, in Town and Country Missouri. According to Golfweek, the PGA did not have full access to..


Posted:August 13, 2018

By Drew M. Smith

PL Risk hosted a charitable dinner for Shatterproof, an organization that assists those individuals and families affected by the Opioid crisis, at Anthony’s Coal Fire Pizza in Ramsey, NJ on July 26th. Many employees, friends and clients came to raise money for this worthwhile organization. For the last month, Anthony’s has supported the program with their Dough for Dough program. Every Tuesday and Thursday in July, if someone mentioned the charity, 20% of their bill would be donated to Shatterproof.

This is all part of PL Risk Helping Hand’s efforts to raise..


Posted:August 6, 2018

Professional liability insurance, also known as errors & omissions insurance, is designed to protect individuals and businesses from certain losses they may sustain when providing professional services. These losses may be related to errors and omissions or negligent acts. A variety of different policies are available, including policies designed for specific industries, as well as miscellaneous policies.

Most businesses providing professional services are aware of their need for professional liability insurance. However, many businesses fail to purchase all of the coverage they need, leaving significant gaps that expose them to risk. Some of the most common professional liability coverage gaps..



Posted:July 25, 2018

In an effort to raise money for the Shatterproof’s Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk/Run, PL Risk Helping Hands is teaming up with Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza in Ramsey, NJ.

Every Tuesday and Thursday in July, anyone who presents or mentions this flyer at the Ramsey, NJ location will have 20% of their dine in or take out sales donated to the PL Risk Helping Hands team supporting the Shatterproof 5K Walk/Run.

You can also meet the PL Risk Helping Hands team at this location on July 26th after 4pm.

If you would like..


Posted:July 9, 2018

Professional liability insurance, also known as errors and omissions (E&O) coverage or malpractice insurance in some sectors, is used across a number of industries as a protection for businesses who who provide professional services to their clients. It it designed to help the insured address the business liability risks that arise from rendering professional services.

While professional liability is most commonly bought by doctors, lawyers, accountants and architects, nearly every professional service provider can benefit from this type of coverage. When offering professional liability insurance to clients, they are often unfamiliar with this type of coverage and have a lot..



Posted:June 27, 2018

By Drew M. Smith

As part of their commitment towards charity initiatives, PL Risk Helping Hands will be participating in Shatterproof’s Rise Up Against Addiction 5K Walk in New York City on Sunday October 14th. They will be gathering donations and pledges to raise money for this incredible cause.

Shatterproof is an organization that combats the fallout of those affected by drug addiction, especially opioids. On average, 174 Americans die from overdose every day and 65,000 die every year because of drug abuse. To put that number in perspective, the Vietnam War, over the 9 years the U.S was in the country..


Posted:June 19, 2018

PL Risk Advisors, Inc. will be attending and exhibiting at PIA Annual Conference June 10-12 in Atlantic City, NJ. At booth 723, PL Risk will be represented by Christine DeFelice and Matthew Culkin. They will be there to discuss products such as Errors & Omissions and Cyber Liability Insurance.

If you happen to be attending, we encourage you to stop by to find out how PL Risk can help you with your Hard-to-Place Clients. We offer wide market presence, nationwide placement,..


Posted:June 6, 2018

By Drew M. Smith

PL Risk Advisors, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Joanna Brancaleoni as a new Account Manager to their professional and management liability team.

Joanna comes to the company with a wealth of experience. Previously, she worked at Hull and Company as an account manager and broker. Prior to this, she spent most of her career with Swett and Crawford as a senior broker working primarily in lawyer’s professional liability and allied medical liability.

Joanna is excited to join the company. “At my last job I wasn’t satisfied with the..


Posted:June 5, 2018

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