By Laura Jungmichel
When it comes to protecting your public entity’s assets and your employees (and since most public entities do not have the resources to be self-insured), typically there have only been 2 coverage options.
The first is purchasing coverage through a governmental pool. The second is purchasing coverage through a commercial insurance carrier that specializes in public risk.
As I have listened to public entity leaders at our convention booths at the Tennessee School Boards Association and at TnPRIMA and in recent personal ...
The purpose of this month's feature article titled "How to Turn the Page on 2014" is designed to be a reality check. It is our hope that it will be. It has been said that one of the definitions of insanity is when a person continues to do the same things, but expects different results. If we are honest about ourselves and our current situations, we would have to agree at least in some part with this very telling definition.
With that ...