In April 2020, the Risk Retention Reporter ran a series of interviews with risk retention groups and RRG regulators on the challenges of navigating the coronavirus pandemic. One of those interviews was with United Educators Insurance, a Reciprocal Risk Retention Group (UE), a risk retention group serving educational institutions.
Schools and universities have experienced considerable disruption from the pandemic, with institutions forced to make tough decisions on when to have students back on campus. The quick pivot institutions were forced to make to distance learning also opened the door to new exposures.
The Risk Retention Reporter followed up with UE Vice President, Business Development and Marketing Joe Carter to discuss how the pandemic has influenced claims a year into the pandemic and the challenges educational institutions are still facing.
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