About the Advisory
April 9, 2020
An outbreak such as COVID-19 is very rare, and nearly every business will be impacted to some degree. At McGriff, we want to help our clients be prepared for managing the claims process. Since handling a loss is not your normal business function, it can cause many questions and problems. Remember that the initial response after a loss is crucial. During that time, management will have to make decisions that can dramatically affect operations. Some of these decisions can and will be made before the loss in an effort to reduce the impact.
An important question will arise during an event of this magnitude, which is whether your company should file a claim. It is always McGriff’s recommendation that any claim or potential claim be filed with the carrier as soon as possible for consideration.
This guide covers basic steps for you to follow when a loss occurs, along with other loss handling procedures and concepts. This material also can be reviewed for guidance during your return to normal operations. The appendix contains various checklists and submission forms to help organize your activities.
Helping Employees with Financial Insecurity
COVID-19: FAQs for Employee Benefits Groups
Commercial Property - Building Vacancy Advisory
Risk Management Issues in the Trucking Industry
Keeping Truck Drivers Healthy and Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Assessing and Navigating Declines in Pension Assets in the Wake of COVID-19
Coronavirus Advisory: Cybersecurity Measures
Retirement Relief Provisions of the CARES Act
HR Strategy: Crisis Preparedness Plans
Coronavirus Advisory: Pharmacy
It Benefits You: Your Employee Benefits Newsletter
CARES Act Summary
COVID-19: Bracing for Impacts
Coronavirus Advisory: Communicating During Crisis
Business Email Compromise
COVID-19: Potential Impact to Private Insurers
COVID-19: Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
Beware of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Scams
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