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About Lockton Affinity, LLC

Lockton Affinity, an affiliate of Lockton Companies, was formed in 1987 to meet the dynamic, specialized insurance needs of affinity groups, non-profits, associations and franchises.

Prepare for Cyber Crime – Before and After the Attack

Unfortunately, cyber-attacks against accounting firms are not unusual. Because firms store large amounts of clients’ personal and financial data, they are at a heightened risk for cyber-attacks. Malware, ransomware, phishing and other breaches are becoming common place.

Despite all the information accounting firms are responsible for, they typically have few layers of cyber protection to guard against theft. Take action to protect your

October 17th, 2017|Financial & Legal|

10 Frequently Asked Questions about Cyber Liability Insurance

Companies in the financial industry are increasingly vulnerable to the menace of cybercrime. Cyber criminals are smart, and even businesses that take preventive measures can still find themselves vulnerable to a determined hacker. Learn all you need to know about protecting your company and clients with these frequently asked questions.

What is Cyber Liability Insurance?

Cyber Liability insurance is designed to mitigate loss from

October 3rd, 2017|Financial & Legal|

5 Essentials to Stay Safe this Hunting Season

A chill in the air, the crunch of frost on the grass, the colors of the leaves falling from the trees – there is nothing like hunting in the fall.  Whether you’re hunting deer, pheasants, turkey or waterfowl, make sure you have the essentials to stay safe this fall.

  1. Permit / License – No matter where or what you’re hunting, you’ll need
August 29th, 2017|Additional Groups|

Make the Best of Events in the Rain

Everything is ready to go for your event – You, your car and your team. But, a look at the radar shows rain. Don’t let the forecast dampen your enthusiasm.

Some HPDE events will continue despite rain, so be prepared. Follow these tips to stay safe on the track and enjoy your HPDE event:

Choose Smart Clothing – In addition to your gear, pack

August 16th, 2017|Additional Groups|

Developing Good Rapport With Patients

As a health care professional, it’s important for you to establish good communication and trust with your patients. Studies have shown that patient satisfaction and health outcomes are both affected by whether patients feel that the people caring for them are sensitive to their needs and empathize with them.

The Press Ganey National Hospital Priority Index surveys patients in hospitals

December 14th, 2015|Healthcare|

“I’m Sorry” Laws and Lawsuit Risk

Miscommunication or poor communication between health care providers and patients or their families—particularly in the event of an adverse outcome or incident—is known to result in increased numbers of malpractice lawsuits. When health care providers have the opportunity to express condolences or apologies to patients and families without fear of having those words used against them in court, it can go a

November 12th, 2015|Healthcare|

Great Indoor Winter Workouts

Winter weather takes a toll on the exercise regimens of all but the most dedicated workout enthusiasts. Even New Year’s resolutions can crumble when faced with months on end of cold and nasty weather. If your clients are having trouble staying motivated when they’re stuck inside, here are some fun indoor activities you can recommend to help them keep moving toward their

November 5th, 2015|Fitness & Wellness|

Why Fitness Trainers Need First Aid Certifications

Many fitness facilities require instructors to have CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation), AED (automated external defibrillator) and/or first aid certification. They’re even a requirement for many fitness certifications. Even if no one is requiring you to have comprehensive first aid certifications, it’s a good idea for every fitness professional to take this training and get certified through the American Heart Association, the

October 25th, 2015|Uncategorized|