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.
Property Owners, Coop Boards and Landlords research and deal with many different types of insurance policies for their property. One of the most commonly overlooked (and one of the most important) types of insurance is the umbrella insurance policy. It’s important to let your client’s know that primary coverage may not be enough to cover them in the event of a catastrophic claim. This is where their umbrella insurance would come into play.
The 2020 Hurricane season begins on June 1st! Now is a great time to remind your client’s to review their insurance coverage.
Most of the country is currently under some form of stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Trying to stay on top of the CDC’s guidelines as well as local and state government orders is proving to be quite challenging.
Nicknamed the “Silent Killer”, carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas. Even though you can’t see it or smell it, being exposed to high levels of this poisonous gas can kill a person within minutes.
For many of us, working from home during this pandemic is unfamiliar territory. What used to be a luxury for some, has now become a necessity for most.
Spring is here! Have your clients surveyed their apartment building or condominium property recently for safety hazards? Property Managers, Coop Board Members and Apartment Building Owners have a responsibility to properly maintain the common elements of the property and to avoid maintenance emergencies such as floods and life threatening events such as fires.
COVID-19 & New Empire Group’s RECOVER Program + Tips on How to Deal with Potential COVID-19 Related Issues
As the days go by, there seems to be new information regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease everywhere we turn. With this new information, there is also concern over its potential to affect the welfare of our employees or our business operations. You may be wondering if it’s negative effect could be covered by an insurance policy you have?
As the fear of Coronavirus spreads, unfortunately, so do the rumors. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has created immense panic and uncertainty. Before passing on any rumor, take the time to verify it. Get your information from trusted sources like coronavirus.gov or your state and local government’s official websites.