Why Cities Should Plan Now to Lower Risks From Fireworks Displays
Spectacular pyrotechnic displays are expected to light up the night skies around the world as revelers celebrate the arrival of 2018. But fireworks can also pose serious hazards for municipalities.
Insurer Forges Close Ties With Those Who Protect and Serve
Sue Coates, senior vice president in charge of Trident Public Risk Solutions, explains why she takes great satisfaction in managing risks for those who serve on the front lines.
How Connected Vehicle Technology Paves the Way for Driverless Cars
The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates that V2V technology could reduce unimpaired driver accidents by as much as 80 percent and that V2I adds an additional 12 percent reduction in unimpaired driver accidents.
5 Ways Trident Can Help Law Enforcement Mitigate Risks
To help address risk management needs and other challenges, Trident Public Risk Solutions has spent years closely working with those who protect and serve across the country.
How Local Governments and Emerging Risk Specialists Can Respond to Growing Cyberthreats
“You want to give citizens access, whether it’s to pay a water bill or review their kids’ grades,” Thom Rickert said. “That openness makes them an easier target.”
Trident Claims VP Sees Insurance Industry as Dynamic and Evolving
Keith Daleb sees great opportunities, especially for millennials, as companies increasingly rely on digital technology to evaluate and manage risks.
How Trident Can Help Towns Avoid Costly Litigation
Trident Public Risk Solutions recently helped a town involved in a well-publicized land-use dispute avoid getting sued.
How Public Entities Can Reduce the Risk of Slips and Falls in Winter
Snow and ice add an extra layer of risk for slips and falls and require particular attention from local governments. Having a plan in place before a storm hits is essential.
Allowing Service Animals In K-12 Schools: What Educators Should Know
A Supreme Court ruling earlier this year shines a spotlight on the legal risks educators face when deciding not to allow service animals in schools.