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Commercial

For those clients who own a business of any size, it is important to obtain the necessary coverage to protect against the wide variety of risks associated with commercial operations. From general to specialized coverage, Burns & Wilcox has unparalleled access to the broadest range of Commercial Insurance Coverage available. 

Professional

We offer unlimited access to the widest range of liability coverage for businesses, organizations and countless professions. Our quick-response team understands the specific issues your clients face and can provide timely access to intelligent solutions.

Personal

From items as big as a home to as small as a pair of earrings, personal insurance makes sure that whatever your client invests in, it will always be protected.  We provide Comprehensive Personal Liability programs that protect High-Value Homeowners and Mid-Range Homeowners alike. Whether it is for auto, recreation, private collections, special events or property coverage, you’ll find a policy to cover any personal risk. 

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Consulting Firm Agrees to $1.75 Million Settlement in Water Treatment Plant Suit

Consulting Firm Agrees to $1.75 Million Settlement in Water Treatment Plant Suit

A consulting firm will pay $1.75 million to settle claims of breach of contract and professional negligence related to the design and construction of a large, lined pond that was part of a $13 million water treatment plant. The Community Services District of Cambria, California sued the firm, CDM Smith, in 2018, claiming the pond required repairs, redesign and modifications

Storm Damage Costs Could Be Highest in Texas, U.S. History

Storm Damage Costs Could Be Highest in Texas, U.S. History

The winter storm that knocked out power for millions amid frigid temperatures and spawned a rash of water-related disasters is expected to be the costliest weather event in Texas history. More than a week after the storm began on February 11, a third of Texas residents continued to experience power service disruptions, millions lacked ready access to safe water, and