If you're an underwriter, specifically in the flood insurance market, you know the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is strained and in debt. This debt should come as no surprise considering flooding is one of the most common and [...]
You've been hearing a lot about the Good Times Insured comedy show DUAL North America is putting on this Summer, but what exactly is this event? How did it start and why is it so important? All of your questions are about to be [...]
Did you know Hyperion, our parent company, has their 25th anniversary in 2019? To celebrate this milestone, and to give back to the communities they reach, Hyperion is launching their new global charity initiative called Million for Million [...]
Representatives from DUAL go to many conferences and industry events each year, the value of meeting with fellow professionals is not lost on the leaders here. However, a tradeshow represents a substantial financial and time investment, between [...]
The re-authorization of the National Flood Insurance Program has been pushed back and is due by midnight on July 31, 2018. Unless Congress re-authorizes the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) brokers will not be able to sell or renew flood [...]
DUAL Commercial LLC is proud to announce Justin Goldfarb has joined their organization as an underwriter in the Professional Liability Program.
EIURS, a part of DUAL Commercial LLC, is delighted to announce the expansion of its Energy Division to include its newly created dedicated Property/Inland and Worker’s Compensation unit. This new program will be led by Elliot Landes.
It is our sincere pleasure to officially welcome you to DUAL North Commercial's brand new website. As you navigate the site you should notice things are pretty different, not only visually, but also content-wise. Everything from our homepage to [...]
There are plenty of activities in life that we have the best intentions to do… if we only had more time in the day! Exercising, reading a new book, and social media marketing are all things that tend to fall by the wayside when it gets busy. [...]