I wrote an article at 3 a.m. on September 12, 2001 that began with this:

“Yesterday was my son’s 12th birthday but he didn’t spend it unwrapping presents or gorging on ice cream and cake. Most of our evening was spent solemnly observing unspeakable horror and devastation as the events of September 11, 2001 unfolded. In this article, we’ll focus on some of the possible insurance implications of these events.”

You can access the full two-part article here:

The Insurance Implications of Terrorist Attacks

A related article I wrote when litigation ensued was whether the WTC attack was one or two “occurrences” under the property insurance. You can access that two-part article here:

One vs. Multiple Occurrences

If, at some point, you find the articles password-protected, you can request a password if you’re a Big “I” member; otherwise, shoot me an email and I’ll send you a copy of the articles.

In more ways than one, we must never forget.

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Bill Wilson

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One of the premier insurance educators in America on form, coverage, and technical issues; Founder and director of the Big “I” Virtual University; Retired Assoc. VP of Education and Research from Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America. Reprint Request Information