Congratulations are in Order: Three V3 Promotions

V3 Insurance Partners’ Workers’ Comp team recently had the pleasure of promoting three of its own in recognition of their hard work and resulting success.

Courtney Baryiewski was promoted to WC Underwriting Operations Manager and will be responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the WC unit, including Customer Service to ensure our service […]

V3 Earthquake Coverage Growing & Expanding

DIC was designed to cover cracks in standard coverage, so it’s no surprise that earthquake is a necessary and continually expanding selection. Our dedicated team has nearly doubled in size and is proud to offer you the highest quality personal underwriting and service.

Interested in requesting coverage or need assistance with a current policy? Allow us […]

Going Up? Make Sure Your Employers Have Fall Safety Down

Per OSHA guidelines, all employers must train their staff in hazard recognition and the safe use of ladders and scaffolds. Full details are available on their website, but share these quick lists with employers so they can easily update staff on safe practices to avoid falls in construction.

Ladder Safety

  • Always maintain […]

Fix Now, Save Later

Spring cleaning season is here, and while unit occupants are throwing open the windows, dusting, and organizing, property owners should have their own list of to-dos to tackle. Regular inspection, maintenance, and repairs can not only improve the look and appeal of a complex but regular upkeep is safer for occupants and more efficient for […]

Meet Daniel O’Rourke

The V3 Workers’ Compensation team is thrilled to welcome Daniel O’Rourke as a Professional Associate. Daniel is a 2014 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and started his career in the industry in annuities and life insurance. Since joining V3 he has worked on a variety of lines including professional, condominium, and earthquake.

He is now […]

Protect the Burn: Important tips for candle fire safety

Small and seemingly inconspicuous, candles are typical items in most homes that can cause dramatic damage. According to the National Fire Protection Association, candles were the cause of more than 8600 home fires. They were also to blame for 82 deaths, 800 injuries, and $295 million in direct property damage.
When used properly and […]

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