Insurance Risks and Mitigation in New York

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There are many insurance risks that can affect a construction project. If you’re building in New York, it’s important to know what your risks are and how to protect yourself from major losses. Keep reading to learn a couple of common risks in New York and how to mitigate them.

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Topics: Risk, Wrap-Up

4 Keys to Surviving a Hard Excess Market

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The insurance marketplace moves in cycles as the pendulum swings back and forth between low demand and high supply—known as a “soft” market—to high demand and lower supply—known as a “hard” market.

For many years, the excess insurance marketplace was considered “soft,” meaning it was in a growth mode; insureds had access to high limits, low rates, advantageous policy terms, and many participating carriers. The third quarter of 2019 marked a shift in the excess marketplace, as carriers began to retreat, and capacity reduced significantly; carriers reevaluated the profitability of their deployed limits due to deteriorating losses. 

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Topics: Risk

Risks Associated With Contracted Sole Proprietors

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Owners, General Contractors, Developers, and even Trade Contractors take on a certain amount of risk when hiring any contractor, regardless of the business type. These risks typically include Liability Risk, Work Quality or Completion, Contractor Default, Bankruptcy, Insolvency and even the ceasing of operations. These are only a few that must be considered when hiring a contractor.

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Topics: Risk, Construction Contract, Sole Proprietor, Contractors

Are All Your Risks Covered? What to Consider as a Contractor

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These days, it would be difficult, if not impossible, to find a business that is not exposed to a certain level of risk in its day-to-day operations. However, no business is more exposed to risk than that of a contractor.

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Topics: Risk, Risk Management

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