1. Notify Your Insurer.

    Typically, property insurance policies require notice of a claim as soon as practicable. Notice requires a description of when, where and what happened to result in a claim.  If you have a loss, put your insurer on notice immediately.

  2. File a Police Report.

    Make sure to file a police report.  Many policies

COVID-19 and the stay at home mandates have had a devastating impact on the business community. Many business owners are looking to their business interruption and other insurance to cover the losses but finding insurers are asserting various coverage issues and exclusions. Paul Smith and Chris Yetka shine a light on what to look for

The Novel Coronavirus and related COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented effect on businesses across the country.  Even “essential” businesses like construction have seen their businesses turned on their heads.  These types of unpredictable events are the very reason that businesses carry insurance.  What can your business do now to make sure that they maximize

Introduction

What do all construction and real estate companies have in common?  They have directors or managers and officers concentrating on running the companies and remaining profitable.  Most companies maintain Directors and Officers (D&O) insurance to protect these important stakeholders from liability and lawsuits that can arise from their work.  Because there is no standard