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How #MeToo Could Affect YOU

We’ve all been witness to the incredible events surrounding the #MeToo movement. The allegations of sexual harassment (and worse) made against Harvey Weinstein led to accusations of wrongdoing against a string of powerful men by their subordinate co-workers. This, in turn, led to very public scrutiny. True or not, these allegations are costly. It stands…

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If I worked with my hands (and back and neck……)

OK, I’m only your insurance guy (or maybe just one of your insurance guys….. let’s fix that) but I’m also a life-long exercise junkie. Since graduating from college over a million years ago I’ve played soccer, bicycled, weight trained and practiced yoga, at times possibly to excess depending on who you ask. We even boast…

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Personal Umbrella Policy

My wife and I walk to Starbucks every Sunday morning for a light breakfast. We generally sit outside to enjoy the early morning Summer weather. On a recent Sunday, As we sat enjoying our coffee and scones, a small compact car rear-ended a larger SUV at the stop light at the corner. It was a…

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Featured in North Texas Dentistry

In the most recent volume of the North Texas Dentistry, a business and lifestyle publication for North Texas dentists, I contributed, “Understanding Risks… Weighing the potential financial consequences of risk, against the likelihood of a claim and the cost of coverage.” This article outlines four of the most common risks that are often uninsured or underinsured…

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New Grads

Welcome new graduates. Congratulations on your significant accomplishment. If you’re entering the world of private practice you’ll have many different practice options to consider and more than your share of challenges ahead in dealing with your choices. I find that it’s not uncommon today for a young dentist to find themselves working for several different…

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