Date: November 1, 2005

In an era of unprecedented disasters, starting with the terrorist attacks on the United States four years ago, insurance companies have become understandably wary of the enormous risks associated with indemnifying public assembly venues. But because large scale perils like terrorism and hurricanes are infrequent, insurance companies have to look at procedures more than historical losses in assessing risk, according to K&K's Vice President of Marketing R...

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