The impact of co-insurance following a loss.
Exploring the commercial use and ownership of drones in the Real Estate and Construction Industry.
Are you aware of the financial hits and insurance losses that result from weather events?
Co-insurance is one of the most misunderstood and overlooked concepts in the world of commercial property insurance.
The commercial real estate industry has become increasingly reliant on the utilization of unmanned air vehicles (“UAVs”), commonly known as drones.
Following the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on September 11, 2001, governments, property owners, lenders, and the insurance industry alike, largely focuse their risk management efforts on…
How should Property Owners protect themselves from Liability Claims
Commercial Mortgage Lenders, are you aware of your rights?
A step by step guide on claim reporting procedures
In our Waiver of Subrogation article featured in INTECH’s Winter Newsletter, subrogation occurs when…
Delay in start-up coverage is designed to cover the loss of the anticipated or potential income in the event a construction project suffers physical loss or damage during construction.
The discovery of an unexpected pollution condition on your property can be very costly and time consuming.
Latent Defects Insurance (LDI) or as it has historically been known, inherent defects insurance has been readily available in the UK market since 1989.
A property insurance policy requires a property owner/manager to take all reasonable steps to minimize the effect of a loss.
It is imperative to ensure the construction construction contract is negotiated with detailed insurance requirements, including the timing and responsibility for insurance placement and the responsibility of premium and deductible payments.