Cavalcade of RIsk No. 162 on Insurance Regulatory Law

Insurance Regulatory Law welcomes back the Cavalcade of Risk for episode 162. The Cavalcade of Risk is a biweekly rotating collection of articles and links (also known as a "blog carnival") from insurance and other risk-related sources that provides some great information and insight about risks and risk management.

Steve Jobs' Lessons on Risk: The Risk Management Monitor interviews Walter Isaacson, Steve Job's authorized biographer, to discuss what lessons that risk managers can take away from Jobs and his life.

5 Ways to Screw Up Your Life Insurance Purchase: Jeff Rose at Good Financial Cents discusses five things you should never do when applying for life insurance.

Why You Don’t Need Long Term Care Insurance: The Free Money Finance blog hosts a guest post from Neal Frankle who suggests one of the best ways to avoid screwing up a long term care insurance policy may be to not purchase one at all.

Life Insurance With Congestive Heart Failure: Newcomer Jeff Root weighs in with an interesting article on the availability of affordable insurance for people who've experienced Congestive Heart Failure.

Young Workers + Injuries + Labor Law Violations = Huge Penalties: Julie Ferguson of Workers' Comp Insider reminds employers who hire young, seasonal workers of a daunting equation: young workers + injuries + labor law violations = huge penalties. She offers tips to avoid this risk and ways to keep first-time workers safe.

Mandated Hearing Aid Benefit for Massachusetts Children: David E. Williams of the Health Business Blog explains why he would trade economic purity for a meaningful, long-term pay-off in a hearing aid benefit bill before the Massachusetts legislature.

Affordable Care Act Surtax on Selling Your Home?: Dennis Wall looks at how a tax buried in the Affordable Care Act could affect a small number of home sellers in 2013.

The next edition of the Cavalcade of Risk will be hosted by Julie Ferguson at Workers Comp Insider, so be sure to check it out.


  1. SUPER job, Van - Thanks for hosting!

  2. Good cavalcade Mr. Mayhall. I liked the Risk Management Monitor's article on Steve Jobs too.

    Best wishes,

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