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The most common question that many real estate and hospitality risk managers are asking is whether their existing insurance provides sufficient coverage against third-party lawsuits following active shooter incidents on their properties. (Photo: iStock)

The deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history in Las Vegas last October has driven large-scale changes to hotel, gaming, and entertainment organizations’ risk management approaches.

Related: Staying safe: Mitigating active shooter risks

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