Read an Energy, Environmental and Utilities newsletter presented by Cozen O’Connor.
Source: http://www.sbnonline.com, May 1, 2011 Virtually every real property deal carries a risk of environmental liability. Prior to acquiring or leasing a site, the business should consult a competent transactional lawyer to negotiate contractual protections in the contract or lease that minimize the exposure and risk of environmental liability. These protections may include lengthy due […]
Read here about a report that found accidents at high risk biolabs to be on the increase.
Source: Insurance Journal, April 20, 2011 Ironshore Inc.’s Environmental Insurance unit has enhanced its asset-class specific Site Pollution Incident Legal Liability Select (SPILLS) suite of products to address risk exposures within the education sector, including public and private K-12 schools, colleges, universities and other educational facilities. Ironshore’s SPILLS EDU program provides coverages for a range of […]
Source: The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register (West Virginia), April 15, 2011 By: Casey Junkins Wetzel County property owners believe Chesapeake Energy is trying to remove benzene-contaminated soil from a drilling site waste pit. Chesapeake officials, however, said company workers are busy repairing a slip at the drilling site – and are well within their rights to do […]
Source: http://www.mynewmarkets.com, April 13, 2011 By: Alan M. Parizo Pollution coverage a necessary option for agribusiness? If that sounds like a contradiction in terms to the agribusiness agent, consider that the exposures his customers face in growing and servicing the food chain from farm to table involves a pollution exposure in every step of the […]
Check out Tim Farrell’s article “Insurance Is Far More Than a Piece of Paper,” which is published in the April issue of Construction Executive Magazine. http://ow.ly/4A8yx
Read here for a Forbes.com article listing America’s Most Toxic Cities in 2011.
Source: BestWire Services, February 28, 2011 Posted on: http://fpn.advisen.com The appointment by Beazley plc of an environmental risk underwriter at Lloyd’s reflects what the group expects to be the growth of this sector beyond its core North American market. “This move is being seen as a natural progression in the development of our global environmental offering,” […]
Source: http://www.insurancejournal.com, February 25, 2011 Rates for architects and engineers professional liability insurance, which have been stable, are expected to go up this year, a new study reports. A number of leading insurance companies offering this coverage expect to raise premium rates in 2011 up to 10 percent on average for both renewals and new […]
Source: http://www.keysnet.com, February 4, 2011 By: Gary Phillips Key Largo wastewater commissioners are buying insurance to protect the sewer agency in case of a pollution spill that could be costly to clean up, or lawsuits over things like odor from the wastewater facility. Debbie MacAfee of insurance company T.R. Jones and Co. told the commissioners […]
Source: http://www.riskandinsurance.com, January 4, 2011 As the pressure on maintaining clean drinking water supplies mount, risk managers are advised to review their coverage. By CYRIL TUOHY, managing editor of Risk & Insurance® Life for risk managers of public water supplies has never been easy, and it’s expected to become more complicated still as the cost of […]
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