Work with your adjuster to get your commercial insurance claims paid.
The COVID-19 pandemic poses serious threats to directors & officers claims frequency and severity.
Managing properties to align with insurance vacancy clauses can mean the difference between an accepted claims payment and a decreased or denied payment.
The COVID-19 pandemic will continue to contribute to a hardening insurance market. Let’s look at how the coronavirus will affect commercial real estate (CRE) losses and insurance rates.
Can you lower your commercial insurance premiums after the impact of COVID-19?
Underwriting Criteria for Apartments, Co-ops and Condominiums – What Commercial Real Estate Investors Should Know
The COVID-19 virus will have major impacts on commercial real estate insurance rates and underwriting criteria for apartments, co-ops and condominiums.
From directors & officers claims to business interruption losses, the insurance industry expects a flood of COVID-19 related claims. Will you find coverage?
Landowners and landlords face civil suits and lost income due to active assailant shootings and other violent confrontations.
Reducing insurance costs is critical to today’s commercial real estate investors and managers.
Non-weather water damage claims frequency and severity are increasing in commercial real estate nationwide.