Disability insurance for young professionals.

It’s important to get coverage while you’re still young–when it’s more economical. As a young professional, you’ve worked hard by applying yourself to everything you do. You thrive by embracing the changes you know life brings. Yet having a job is only the first step toward achieving stability–because not all... Read more →


Originally published by Life Happens, June 16, 2020, and written by Faisa Stafford. For the last decade, Life Happens and LIMRA have come together to understand the “financial pulse” of consumers as part of the annual Insurance Barometer Study. This year’s study reviews 10 years of consumer data on life... Read more →


Conflicts of interest have constituted a leading cause of legal malpractice claims for years. Despite repeated warnings to lawyers and law firms about this risk, they continue to engage in conflicts of interest. The consequences for lawyers who betray their duty of loyalty to a client can be severe and... Read more →


Originally published by Life Happens, July 10, 2020, and written by Amanda Austin. COVID-19 has led families to cancel travel plans, get (semi!) comfortable with homeschooling kids and deal with all kinds of other inconveniences. As if that weren’t enough, it’s also making many families take a closer look at... Read more →


CYBERSECURITY ALERT: TIPS FOR PURCHASING CYBER INSURANCE ISSUED BY THE TECHNOLOGY AND THE LEGAL PROFESSION COMMITTEE OF THE NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION July 6, 2020 Opinions expressed are those of the Committee preparing this Cybersecurity Alert and do not represent those of the New York State Bar Association unless... Read more →


With a significant portion of the current U.S. workforce having shifted to a remote environment, many businesses, law firms included, are finding that their employees may not return to the “actual office”. This disruption has opened the doors for Cyber Criminals to do what they do best - mayhem. From... Read more →


Coworking spaces, cloud computing and virtual receptionists have allowed some law firms to ditch their offices entirely. Most lawyers, however, seek a middle ground: a practice capable of functioning remotely when convenient or necessary, but still anchored to a physical office. The benefits of facilitating remote work are well worth... Read more →


The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting upheaval of travel plans across the globe has thrust travel insurance into the spotlight of late. Many travelers have been disappointed or surprised to learn that funds lost due to trips canceled because of this pandemic are not covered by the travel insurance plan... Read more →


If you’re like many people (me included before I started working for a travel insurance brokerage), you buy travel insurance and immediately cover yourself in a nice cozy mental security blanket: “If something goes wrong before or during my trip, I’ll be reimbursed.” Well, it’s not quite that simple. Like... Read more →