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Claims Advocacy Team Gets Carrier to Rescind Denial of Defense for Slip-and-Fall

Claims Advocacy Team Gets Carrier to Rescind Denial of Defense for Slip-and-Fall

When an insurance carrier denied coverage and defense to a condo association just two weeks before a status hearing in a slip-and-fall case, the retail agent turned to CRC Group’s Claims Advocacy Team for help. Despite the time constraints, CRC was able to review the claim, advocate for coverage, and convince the carrier to rescind its denial—all in time for the Insured to receive a defense at the hearing.

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2021 Excess Casualty Market Remains Firm

2021 Excess Casualty Market Remains Firm

Following a soft market cycle characterized by marked underpricing, an excess casualty market that was hardening at the start of 2021 is now firm. Underwriters continue to look for rate increases and cut capacity as large claims climb the tower.

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New York Construction Market Steady Post-Pandemic

New York Construction Market Steady Post-Pandemic

When the coronavirus struck in early 2020, construction projects all around NYC were halted throughout April and May as officials scrambled to outline pandemic restrictions. Unfortunately, with strict lockdowns and safety guidelines required to slow the spread, the construction market in New York contracted by 3.8%, resulting in $9.8 billion in lost construction over the course of the year.

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Excess Liability: Do Follow-Form Policies Really Follow Form?

Excess Liability: Do Follow-Form Policies Really Follow Form?

Follow-form policies are meant to help simplify and provide consistent coverage for excess liability programs. Ideally, follow form policies would provide excess coverage under the same terms and conditions as the underlying policy, that is follow the underlying form. In the real world, such policies often fall short of that ideal. Even though the coverage is labeled follow form, it’s not safe to assume that the policy actually provides the same coverage.

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Tough Outlook Ahead for Most of the Energy Market

Tough Outlook Ahead for Most of the Energy Market

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in decreased energy production and demand in 2020. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), it will likely take years for the U.S. to return to 2019 levels of consumption. While it’s anticipated that the United States will continue to export more energy than it imports through 2050, recovery will take time and the energy insurance market is feeling the pinch (source 1).

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Property REDY® Index October 2021
Property REDY® Index October 2021
Prepare for Property Renewals in a Transitioning Market
Prepare for Property Renewals in a Transitioning Market
CRC Group’s Claims Advocacy Team Resolves Stalemate and Helps Avoid Bad Faith Litigation
CRC Group’s Claims Advocacy Team Resolves Stalemate and Helps Avoid Bad Faith Litigation
Cyber REDY® Index September 2021
Cyber REDY® Index September 2021
Excess & Umbrella REDY® Index September 2021
Excess & Umbrella REDY® Index September 2021
Private D&O REDY® Index September 2021
Private D&O REDY® Index September 2021
Stresses Ease in California Earthquake Market
Stresses Ease in California Earthquake Market
Claims Advocacy Team Gets Carrier to Rescind Denial of Defense for Slip-and-Fall
Claims Advocacy Team Gets Carrier to Rescind Denial of Defense for Slip-and-Fall
Creativity Holds the Key to Dealer Open Lot Market
Creativity Holds the Key to Dealer Open Lot Market
Marketplace Tight for Healthcare Risks Despite New Capacity
Marketplace Tight for Healthcare Risks Despite New Capacity
2021 Excess Casualty Market Remains Firm
2021 Excess Casualty Market Remains Firm
New York Construction Market Steady Post-Pandemic
New York Construction Market Steady Post-Pandemic