Lessons Learned from the 2007 Insurance Roundtable Discussion, Part 2: Hedging Your Bets — When Adequate Is Not Enough

Will the insurance coverage you have purchased be adequate enough to protect your assets in the event of a loss? If you suffer a loss, are you willing to settle for adequate instead of whole—especially if the loss is your dining hall or camper cabins? How long has it been since you reviewed your coverage with your insurer? Have you built new buildings, renovated, updated old buildings, or replaced your pool with a new one? Each year as you prepare for your insurance renewal, you should be asking yourself these questions.

Lessons Learned from the 2007 Insurance Roundtable Discussion, Part 1: What Generation Is Your Staff?

Family history is usually shared from one generation to the next. As the information filters down, some of it gets lost or reinterpreted. What, you are wondering, does family history have to do with camp insurance and risk management? Well read on . . . it will all come together.