The popularity and availability of micromobility products such as electric bikes (e-bikes), electric scooters (e-scooters), and hoverboards have drastically increased in the last several years. These modes of transportation are powered by rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, which can pose a severe fire hazard when damaged or charged improperly.
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As the need for commercial insurance grows, so do the opportunities for agencies searching for new clients. In a market as broad and fragmented as commercial insurance, it takes a specialized approach to build and maintain a successful book of business.
When a property owner participating in a federal voucher program fails to meet unit health and safety obligations, the public housing agency (PHA) administering the program must step in to enforce compliance or face potentially serious consequences.
Active shooter and workplace violence incidents are a growing threat to businesses of all types, including public and affordable housing organizations.
Law Shields Florida Multifamily Owners With Certain Security Measures From Liability Related to Third-Party Crime
As part of a larger tort reform, the Florida legislature has leveled the playing field for tort claims against multifamily residential property owners based on third-party criminal acts. While this legislation only applies to Florida properties, it's comprised of security best practices that may reduce liability on properties across the county.
When Enfield (CT) Housing Authority Executive Director Scott Bertrand heard about the KnowBe4 cybersecurity awareness training discounts available to HAI Group members, he didn’t hesitate to take advantage.
An indemnity clause is a form of contractual risk transfer that shares similarities with the hold harmless provision, but with some crucial differences.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) this week announced “substantive changes” to a portion of its Section 8 Renewal Policy Guidebook to streamline project-based rental assistance contract renewals.
High-rise buildings present several unique fire safety challenges compared to low-rise buildings and single-family homes.