There is real meaning behind the & in RCM&D.

It represents the "something more, something extra" you get from each of our practitioners and employees.  It's the extra effort, the additional idea, the "one more question".  It is this "looking further and looking deeper" that makes all the difference in helping you avoid unnecessary risks, select the right insurance coverage, or offer the best benefit programs.


RCM&D has the right people and a collaborative approach.

Our client teams are staffed by seasoned professionals and experts in your industry who stay involved day after day, year after year.  We immerse ourselves in your business, learning every aspect of it and understanding your priorities. Most importantly, we empower our practitioners to act on your behalf, to solve problems and deliver solutions.  This approach has made us more effective and easier to work with and has allowed us to develop long term partnerships with our clients.


 

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Former Virginia Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling joins RCM&D as Managing Director of Virginia Operations

RICHMOND, Virginia - Robert Cawley, President of RCM&D, today announced that former Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling joined the firm on a full time basis when his term ended on January 11, 2014.

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Bob Cawley Elected Chairman of Assurex Global

COLUMBUS, OHIO – Bob Cawley, president of RCM&D in Baltimore, Md., is the 2013-2015 chairman of Assurex Global. He succeeds Stefan Nill, CEO & managing partner of Leue & Nill in Dortmund, Germany.

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Flu Shots at Work: Employers Must Contemplate the Implications
As we approach the last few weeks of summer, the last thing we want to think about is cold weather and the upcoming flu season.  Nevertheless, we’ll soon see a flurry of signs and advertisements promoting flu vaccinations – many of which may be found in our own workplace and employee benefit...
Young Workers at Risk
Typically, we associate accidents and injuries in the workplace with the older workforce.  However, according to OSHA (...