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McDonald.JPGOne of the occupational hazards of being a journalist who happens to cover the insurance industry is you start becoming a risk manager yourself. You spot hazards no one else pays attention to. You see exposures lurking everywhere. And you instinctively take steps to limit any risks you identify, as well as make sure you have the proper loss control and coverage programs in place should the worst-case scenario occur. Today, I share with you a recent column by Senior Editor Caroline McDonald, who notes how the lessons she’s learned writing about risk management helped save her property on a dark and stormy night.

RM Lessons Hit Home

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