The following is a case study about the environmental impact of cannabis cultivation and the importance of environmental liability coverage for cannabis operations. As more states legalize recreational and medicinal marijuana, the environmental impact of large-scale cannabis cultivation is being examined more in depth.
The following is a case study about how common workplace hazards in the cannabis industry impact your workers’ compensation programs. THE PROBLEM A startup cannabis distribution client had multiple locations across the same state, with each location holding
The following is a case study about how Kapnick’s Specialty Risk experts provided in-depth consultation of policies to ensure a real Kapnick client fully understood how their management liability coverage would respond in various claim scenarios to mitigate risk and add value to their business.
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about the impact return to work programs have on getting employees back to work safely while minimizing disability and medical costs. THE PROBLEM Workplace injuries have the potential to impact any business or organization, at any time, no matter the industry.
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about how poor office ergonomics were impacting a client’s workers’ compensation claims and premium costs. THE PROBLEM A Kapnick client with a large office staff kept having significant workers’ compensation claims due to repetitive strain
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about the impact of of insufficient D&O coverage for an individual board member and Kapnick’s collaborative, One Firm solution. THE PROBLEM One of Kapnick’s private clients was invited to join the board of a for-profit company but was concerned
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about the impact a high experience modification rate was having on workers’ compensation premium costs. THE PROBLEM A precision machine component manufacturer had issues with their workers’
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about the impact diabetes was having on a clients’ employee population and thus, their health insurance premiums. THE PROBLEM When an insurer dropped coverage of a brand of insulin medication and forced Kapnick clients’ diabetic employees