Solar Power

Will the New 30% Tariff Help or Hurt the Solar Industry?

Category: Energy

March 13, 2018

By: Loren Henry – Broker, Worldwide Facilities – San Diego

To help reduce liability for clients whose businesses employ commercial motor vehicle drivers, insurance retailers should be aware of the new Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing regulations that went into effect on January 1, 2018.

Construction Defect Insurance

Contractors & Construction Defect Coverage: Build a Stronger Approach to Insuring Contractors, Part 3

Category: Construction

February 23, 2018

By: Kyle Domire, AVP, Broker, Worldwide Facilities – Salt Lake City

In a perfect world, all states would handle construction defect insurance claims in a comparable manner. That is far from reality.

Construction Defect Insurance

Contractors & Construction Defect Coverage: Build a Stronger Approach to Insuring Contractors, Part 2

Category: Construction

February 9, 2018

By: Kyle Domire, AVP, Broker, Worldwide Facilities – Salt Lake City

The days of a relatively easy standard-market package that provides robust coverage for contractors who build both commercial and residential construction are gone—today’s coverage design requires a more strategic approach.

Autonomous Vehicle

Why You Should Work with a Broker to Find Autonomous Vehicle Coverage

Category: Transportation

January 29, 2018

By: Chris Moulder, CPCU, ARM – Vice President, Broker, Worldwide Facilities – Atlanta

While completely self-driving cars are still a long way from being commercially available, autonomous features are already upending the risk landscape for car manufacturers.

 

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