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Thilman Filippini LLC, a Chicago-based insurance intermediary that also specializes in underwriting, loss adjusting and risk engineering wind power projects, has merged with Hilb Rogal & Hobbs (HRH), a Glen Allen, Va.-based insurance brokerage and risk consulting firm.

The combined organization will operate over 120 offices to assist energy clients in managing their risks in property and casualty, employee benefits, professional liability and other areas of specialized exposure, the companies say. Thilman Filippini will retain its name, management structure, practice areas and staffing while adding new HRH resources and available expertise.

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