Bill Lecky

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Bill Lecky began his insurance career with The Cincinnati Insurance Company in 2002, bringing extensive knowledge of the hospitality industry gained during eight years of employment in full-service franchised hotels. His insurance experience includes managing and underwriting both personal lines and commercial lines business. Bill continually applies his expertise reviewing and updating the Golf & Country Club and Hospitality Programs to provide leading-edge insurance products. He has been an active member of the American Hotel and Lodging Association since 2013.


Reducing liquor liability before the first drop is poured

Failing to act responsibly when serving alcohol could be catastrophic for your business. You could be held accountable for any death, injury or damages caused by an intoxicated patron, resulting in expensive civil or criminal litigation, fines, increased insurance rates, loss of your liquor license – even the loss of your business. Safeguards can reduce the risk.


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Slips and falls: Make sure your premises are on par

In recent years, golf course operators have added services to attract new members and boost revenue. Snack bars, enhanced swimming pool amenities and larger banquet and fitness facilities also increase the potential for slips and falls. Like any business, a golf course should be inspected regularly to identify and reduce hazards. Golf course operators should pay special attention to cart paths and steps leading to tee boxes and other raised playing surfaces. Here are some tips for golf course operators – or any business owner.


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