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Do Contractors Have the Coverage They Think They Do?

Do Contractors Have the Coverage They Think They Do?

Do-overs can be good after making a mistake, but for construction contractors, there are a lot of downsides to redoing work. “Ripping and tearing out” construction materials after identifying an error can be costly, delay the completion of a project and damage the contractor’s business relationships. Even worse is the unpleasant discovery that such rework may not be covered by the contractor’s professional liability policy.

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One-of-a-Kind Labor Law Makes Insuring New York Construction Projects a Challenge

One-of-a-Kind Labor Law Makes Insuring New York Construction Projects a Challenge

From the Empire State Building to the Freedom Tower and the Hudson Yards project, New York’s construction industry has earned a global reputation for innovation. That vibrant spirit, however, has been dampened by a unique labor law dating back to the 1880s governing falls at construction sites. Commonly referred to as the New York’s Scaffold Law, this section of the Labor Law has driven overall construction costs higher, sent insurance premiums soaring above levels for other states, and led some major carriers to leave the market altogether. Those challenges make it imperative to work with brokers specializing in this complex and constantly changing market.

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New 2019 State of the Market at a Glance – Casualty, Construction, ExecPro, Healthcare, and Property

New 2019 State of the Market at a Glance – Casualty, Construction, ExecPro, Healthcare, and Property

Will premiums increase? Are terms and conditions changing? What lines of business have limited markets? Which lines of business have excess capacity? Here’s what clients can expect in the marketplace for 2019 in a quick and easy to read reference guide.

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Construction Industry Starts Year with Optimism Amid a Strong Outlook

Construction Industry Starts Year with Optimism Amid a Strong Outlook

While attention focused on the wild swings in financial markets at the start of the new year, the construction industry is starting off 2019 on a firm foundation with a strong, if somewhat decelerating, outlook.

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