Meet Our Commercial Lines Territory Manager, Bryon Hutter!


This month, we welcomed Bryon to Hospitality Insurance Group as our new Commercial Lines Territory Manager based at our headquarters in Southborough, Massachusetts.  Get to know Bryon in our latest Q&A interview below.   What is your full name? Bryon Hutter   When is your birthday? 02/03   Where do you live? Ashland, MA   Tell us a little bit … Read More

Insuring The Liquor Business

adminBars & Restaurants, Employees, Liquor Liability

Insuring The Liquor Business Name: Richard (Dick) Welch Title: President and CEO, Hospitality Insurance Group Age: 57 Experience: 30 Years For the last three decades, Richard Welch has held a variety of roles in the insurance industry in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He spent most of his career at Travelers Insurance where he worked for 25 years, eventually rising to president and CEO of The … Read More

Meet Our Marketing Manager, Mark!


In March 2018, we welcomed Mark Trombly to Hospitality Insurance Group as our new Marketing Manager in Southborough, Massachusetts. Get to know Mark in our latest “Meet the Staff” blog post interview.   Where do you live? Charlton, MA   Tell us a little bit about your background.  I have been I the insurance industry for 34 years with the majority … Read More

Meet Our Pennsylvania Underwriter, Kristina!


In January of 2018, we welcomed Kristina Kahmer to Hospitality Insurance Group as our new Senior Underwriter in Pennsylvania. Get to know Kristina in our latest Q&A interview. What is your full name? Kristina Kahmer   Do you have a nickname? When I was little everyone called me Kris   Where do you live in Pennsylvania? Ridley Park   Since … Read More

10 Ways To Help Prevent Potential Lawsuits From Your Company Holiday Party

adminBars & Restaurants, Employees, Liquor Liability, Special Event Insurance

Tis the season for holiday parties, eggnog and late nights. We attend the ugly sweater parties, the family traditions, and most common, attending the annual work party. Many companies spend weeks, even months, planning their holiday party. They plan everything from where the event will take place down to the type of silverware placed on the table. However, one aspect … Read More

Employees Drinking After Hours: A Recipe for Disaster

By John W. TympanickEmployees

For bar and restaurant owners, their business is their livelihood, their pride and joy, an enormous investment they have more than likely worked tirelessly to build and maintain. Opening a bar or restaurant is known to be a risky undertaking. Statistics show that anywhere between 60-90% of bars and restaurants fail within 1-3 years. In an industry where failure is … Read More