(March 13, 2013) When insuring water-related entities, there are several elements to consider. President of Glatfelter Public Practice, Mark McCrary, has outlined 14 coverages and features to consider when writing a water-related entity in the Insurance Journal's "14 Keys to Insuring Water-Related Entities."
In this article, find sections on
- Failure to supply.
- Water and wastewater professional activities endorsement.
- Medical expense.
- Pollution liability.
- Defense outside the limit.
- General liability limits.
- Cyber liability.
- Property limits
- Pollutant cleanup and removal.
- Underground piping.
- Co-insurance penalties.
- Inland marine.
- Follow form excess liability.
Understanding the risks associated with water-related entities and the specialized coverage they require can help agents and brokers guide the entity to the right coverage.
Read "14 Keys to Insuring Water-Related Entities" here.