Pollution…the environment…toxic waste spills…trash…these and many other words are heard, whispered, discussed each and every day in present times. “That will never happen at my business!” But what if?
Did you know that Flag Day is not considered a federal holiday? Seems odd considering it’s the day our country honors its national flag.
How many times since February and March have any of us had to understand and apply this to our lives? We know in our minds that we can’t change what mandates the powers-that-be are demanding of us; and though none of “like” it (Let’s face it, masks aren’t comfortable no matter how pretty-pictured or interestingly-designed they are, and hugs are awesome!)
When it comes to determining how insurance companies arrive at rating different type of commercial property, it’s important to determine and understand the various scenarios for rating damage by fire.
Let’s face it—the past few years, and even as far back as ten, have been tough when it comes to rates in both insurance and reinsurance.
Here at New Empire Group, we have a policy of always making sure we are there for our clients, not only of course physically, but mentally and emotionally.
Why mention emotionally? Because we are in the middle of something unknown, something that takes our breath away with its sheer magnitude; both metaphorically and, unfortunately, literally.
With the hottest temperatures of the season set to arrive within the next few weeks, it is important to for your property manager clients to prepare themselves and their buildings! Extreme heat can stress property management assets beyond their limits.
A customer slips on the wet floor in a strip mall and injures herself, breaking her hip. Is your client prepared for the financial hardship that can ensue from this accident on their property if they do not have a commercial umbrella policy in place?
The above ground fuel oil tank located in your insured’s building’s basement was overfilled when the deliveryman was distracted while playing games on his smartphone. An inch of oil covered the floor around the tank and damaged the personal property that several tenants were storing in the area.
Coverage for storage tanks is often overlooked.