21236 Risk Management

Find 21236 risk management offices. Risk management offices provide information on local government assets, and work to insure the safety of these assets through a proper risk analysis process.


Baltimore City Risk Management 401 East Fayette Street Baltimore MD 21202 9.6 miles from 21236 410-396-5115


Harford County Risk Management 220 South Main Street Bel Air MD 21014 12.4 miles from 21236 410-638-3270

Annapolis Risk Management 199 Taylor Avenue Annapolis MD 21401 28.3 miles from 21236 410-216-9167

Carroll County Risk Management 225 North Center Street Westminster MD 21157 29.7 miles from 21236 410-386-2082

Montgomery County Government Division of Risk Management 15825 Shady Grove Road Rockville MD 20850 41.9 miles from 21236 240-777-2243

Washington DC Risk Management 441 4th Street Northwest Washington DC 20001 44.4 miles from 21236 202-727-8600

Alexandria Risk Management 301 King Street Alexandria VA 22314 50.2 miles from 21236 703-746-4549

Alexandria Virginia Risk Management 421 King Street Alexandria VA 22314 50.3 miles from 21236 703-838-4549

New Castle County Risk Management 87 Reads Way New Castle DE 19720 50.7 miles from 21236 302-395-5051

Wilmington Risk Management 800 North French Street Wilmington DE 19801 55.6 miles from 21236 302-576-2460

What is a Risk Management Policy?

A Risk Management Policy is an outline of the organization's Risk Management goals and objectives. It states the officials responsible for coordinating and implementing risk-related functions and provides guidelines for risk management activities.

What kinds of insurance are required to do business with a state, county or local government?

The types of insurance required to do business with governments varies depending on the jurisdiction and the type of service provided. Government contractors are often required to carry minimum amounts of some combination of general liability, auto liability, professional liability, or environmental liability insurance. The requirements are usually detailed in bid documents, Requests for Proposals, or other solicitation documents.

How can I file a claim for damage to property or injury that I believe was caused by a government agency or employee?

Most government agencies make liability claims forms available on their website. In addition to specifying the damage or injury, the forms require an explanation of the act or omission that caused the loss.