Please set up your API key!

The Rough Notes Company Inc.

Coverage Concerns

    SMALL BUSINESS AND INDEPENDENT AGENTS

SMALL BUSINESS AND INDEPENDENT AGENTS

Today, there are more types of coverage for more types of risk. When choosing the right protection, small businesses find there’s no substitute for the advice of a licensed, experienced insurance counselor. SMALL BUSINESS AND INDEPENDENT AGENTS Indispensable coverage partners after all these years By Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU Blog postings are supposed to be original thoughts, but sometimes there’s no better way to say something than how it was

Read Full Article
    ADDITIONAL INSURED SOUGHT COVERAGE FOR FAULTY WORK

ADDITIONAL INSURED SOUGHT COVERAGE FOR FAULTY WORK

ADDITIONAL INSURED SOUGHT COVERAGE FOR FAULTY WORK A general contractor was added to a general liability policy that covered a sub-contractor it hired to perform roofing work for a theater that was part of a theater and mall complex. The roof developed serious leaks and the general contractor was obligated to redo the work. The general contractor sued the sub’s insurer when its attempt to recover the cost of the

Read Full Article
    COVERAGE FOR STUDENTS AWAY AT SCHOOL

COVERAGE FOR STUDENTS AWAY AT SCHOOL

Mind the Gap By Marc McNulty, CIC, CRM COVERAGE FOR STUDENTS AWAY AT SCHOOL Watch out for policy variations As the world begins to return to a new normal following the initial spikes of the COVID-19 pandemic, many young adults will undertake a ritual that has been around for generations: leaving home to attend college. Insurance is most likely the last thing on their minds—if it’s even on their minds

Read Full Article
    THE OTHER “BI” PROBLEM

THE OTHER “BI” PROBLEM

No matter how compelling from an economic perspective, the decision to reopen a business with the knowledge that a hazard still exists is not an accident. How’s this being addressed? THE OTHER “B.I.” PROBLEM Whatever happens in legislatures, agents, brokers, and carriers face questions about bodily injury coverage for COVID-19 By Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU “Okay, so you’ve told us what isn’t covered. Now can you tell us what is

Read Full Article
    DELIBERATE ACT MAY NOT MATCH CONSEQUENCES!

DELIBERATE ACT MAY NOT MATCH CONSEQUENCES!

The son of homeowners was involved in an argument during a party. The argument ended with the son throwing another into a swimming pool and that person suffering a fractured clavicle. The homeowners were sued but their insurer, claiming that the incident was an intentional act, declined to even defend the lawsuit. The injured party, after settling with the homeowners based on an assignment of their rights, sued the insurer

Read Full Article
1 2 3 14
rn-subscribe-sidebar-cta_magazine rn-subscribe-sidebar-cta_blog

Trending Tweets


Notice: Undefined index: email in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\roughnotes\wp-content\plugins\simple-social-share\simple-social-share.php on line 74