The South Dakota Supreme Court rules that a local government did not owe a duty to an individual class of persons to enforce local ordinances and state historic regulations.
The SDPAA's year in review!
Members received a total of $948,890 in credits last year!
Trip and falls, law enforcement chases, employment related decisions, playgrounds, and pools… all of these things have something in common; they create risks that may be unique challenges for our Members. The South Dakota Public Assurance Alliance offers several opportunities for loss control options to help our Members navigate through these and many other risk management challenges daily.
EXCITING NEWS!! SDPAA is venturing into a new age of technology. During the course of 2017, we have been implementing Origami Risk, a governmental risk-sharing pool management information system.
SDPAA does an outstanding job of providing and explaining liability and property coverage. (After a thorough review) of the County's coverages with me, (the SDPAA) was able to save the County a significant amount of money by eliminating double coverage from other companies. If anyone is looking for coverage, the SDPAA does an outstanding job for its Members.Jim Waterbury, Gregory County Auditor