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Matthew Stangle

Matthew is vice president, managing partner at InsuranceForce, based in Annapolis, MD. As the leader of the company's Risk Management Division, Stangle created the "Safety Saves" program for the HVAC market, and he has implemented other similar programs for clients in various industries. His work was recognized by the National Safety Council, and he was among 41 honorees selected from around the world to the 2014 Class of the NSC Rising Stars of Safety, presented by DuPont Sustainable Solutions. In addition, Stangle was named HACC Associate Member of the Year 2014 for his support of the HVAC industry. He is a member of the Board of Directors of HACC. For more information, visit www.InsuranceForce.net.

Articles by Matthew Stangle

Risk Management Shouldn’t Be Risky Business

Instead of focusing on finding the best insurance policy for when an accident occurs, why not focus on preventing it from happening in the first place?
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When Safe Equals Savings

Businesses that have a strong safety culture in place have fewer losses. By communicating these preventive measures, your business can save on insurance premiums.
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Protecting Against Data-Related Risks

This exposure is excluded in standard general liability policies, but may be insured separately under a policy that covers “electronic-data incidents” resulting in damage to, loss of, loss of use of, cor- ruption of, inability to access, or inability to properly manipulate, electronic data.
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Do You Have Too Much Liability Coverage?

Typically, general liability includes three areas: bodily injury and property damage, personal and advertising injury, and medical expenses. Determine the amount of liability coverage you need by evaluating your potential risk, the state in which you operate (both its legal minimum and its history of awarding high damage amounts), and your personnel quality.
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