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The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season officially began June 1, and with most predictions pointing toward an above-average amount of activity this year, it's imperative that insurers check with their commercial clients to ensure they're properly prepared.

"Even if you have a tried-and-true plan in place, now is the time to look at it with a fresh mindset," Jan Young, vice president, loss control leader, risk solutions, QBE North America, said in a press release. "Businesses have undergone significant challenges and changes in the last several years that may not be adequately addressed in their disaster response plans, and the risks from the pandemic are still present. We want to help empower business owners to effectively protect their property and people from disaster, and ensure that if an incident does occur, they can recover quickly."

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Brittney Meredith-Miller

Brittney Meredith-Miller is assistant editor of PropertyCasualty360.com. She can be reached at [email protected].