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Insurance Agents Address Climate Change

Producers representing a broad spectrum of regions and coverage types discuss how—if at all—their businesses are responding to the prospect of changing weather patterns

As part of our special report on Climate Change and the Insurance Industry, PC360 asked five agents to discuss how, if at all, their business is responding to the issue. The producers represent a broad cross-section in terms of geography (N.Y., the Midwest and California), size and specialties.

Read PC360-NU’s Special Report: Climate Change & Insurance: Existential Threat or Extraordinary Opportunity?

Todd Henricks, President, Chapman-Henricks Insurance Agency, Inc., Cerro Gordo, Ill.

Vic Tushner, Senior Vice President and Partner, Property Specialist; and Jack Cooperman, Vice President, Business Continuity & Loss Control, Woodruff Sawyer & Co., San Francisco

Are you proactively reaching out to discuss the possible ramifications of climate change with insureds and any additional coverages they might need as a result?

Brian McSherry, President, McSherry Agency, Pontiac, Ill.

Has climate change been an issue for you or your clients?

Skip Rawstron, Rawstron Insurance Sales & Consulting, Roseville, Calif.

Are you proactively reaching out to discuss the possible ramifications of climate change with insureds and any additional coverages they might need as a result?

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