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“The Roundup” is Origami Risk’s weekly bulletin of headlines and resources impacting risk, compliance, safety, P&C insurance, and healthcare.

Mon Sept 26 | How insurance can protect your business 

How to find the right insurance to protect your business It's vital to know what kind of insurance your business needs. While it's best to talk to an insurance agent about your unique needs as a business owner, here are important questions to get you started.  (continue reading) 

Mon, Sept 26  | Home Insurance Market to Witness Excellent Revenue Growth 

According to Allied Market Research, the global Home Insurance Market is expected to showcase remarkable growth during the forecast period. The report includes a detailed study of the Home Insurance market size, market trends, prime market players, sales analysis, major driving factors, and prime investment pockets. (continue reading

Tues, Sept 27  | Walmart to cover fertility treatments under insurance plan 

Walmart is teaming up with a fertility startup to offer benefits under its insurance plan that will help its workers expand their families. (continue reading) 

Wed, Sept 28  | Florida property insurance market grapples with increasing weather severity 

Wayne Peacock joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the scale and trajectory of Hurricane Ian, its path, the impact of natural disasters on the property insurance market and underwriting damages from such climatic catastrophes. (continue reading) 

Wed, Sept 28  | Travel Insurance Market to be Worth $63.9 Billion by 2030 

Shared thoughts on the impacts of inflation on the cost of insurance and coverage, as well as considerations for insurance renewals in an inflationary environment. (continue reading

Fri, Sept 30 | Expert warns insurance claims after Ian could take longer than expected 

Due to how many claims are going to be happening all at the same time, and because of the supply chain challenges in the United States, I would expect the timeline to rebuild to be longer than most people would hope," said Trevor Burgess. The CEO of Neptune Flood Insurance. (continue reading) 

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