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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.
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.
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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- Architects and Engineers
- Casualty (Commercial)
- Errors and Omissions
- High-Value Solutions (Personal)
- Liability (Personal)
- Management Liability
- Manufacturing and Distribution
- Personal Recreation
- Personal: Liability
- Property (Commercial)
- Residential Property
- Transportation and Garage
- Workers’ Compensation
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A mammoth sinkhole opened up in the visitors’ parking lot at Hospital of the Sea in Naples, Italy on January 8, consuming three cars and forcing the temporary closure of a nearby residence for recovering COVID-19 patients. Though the sinkhole measured a whopping 66 feet deep and 21,527 square feet across, no injuries were reported and six patients were relocated
The Hawaii Department of Health issued a Notice and Finding of Violation and Order on January 7 against a contractor responsible for a sewage spill that sent 28,000 gallons of untreated domestic sewage into Reed’s Bay, just off the coast of the Big Island. The leak occurred on November 30, when workers for Maui-based Goodfellow Bros., LLC, a general contractor
This webinar includes a high-level overview of market conditions and expert insight on: Personal Insurance Professional Liability Commercial Insurance Casualty Brokerage Property Brokerage Carrier Perspective Featuring: Blaise D’Antoni, Executive Vice President, Burns & Wilcox, David Derigiotis, Corporate Senior Vice President, National Professional Liability Practice Leader, Burns & Wilcox, Bill Gatewood, Corporate Senior Vice President, National Personal Insurance Practice Leader, Burns…
At least 45 businesses were damaged in the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville, Tennessee that decimated a block of downtown buildings. Local police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are still investigating why a 63-year-old Nashville area information technology consultant set off the explosion in his RV, killing himself and causing widespread destruction. The bomb was detonated near an…
By Crain’s Content Studio The coronavirus pandemic has rendered 2020 one of the most tumultuous years in modern history. A record-breaking hurricane season, civil unrest, digital insecurities and more have added to the risks faced by businesses and individuals over the past 12 months. Take a look back at some of 2020’s most significant headlines from the U.S. and Canada…
The family of a 70-year-old man who died of COVID-19 complications is suing his employer after he was allegedly prohibited from wearing a face mask at work. Gerardo Gutierrez was employed at a Publix grocery store in Miami Beach, Florida when he was infected with coronavirus in early April. At that time, Publix had mask-wearing restrictions in place for workers…
Apartment complex owners and property managers are operating in a competitive industry with shrinking profit margins and a hardening Habitational Insurance market. To learn more, we spoke with Barry Whitton, Managing Director, Burns & Wilcox Brokerage, Atlanta, Georgia. What are the greatest risks facing apartment complex owners and property managers? B.W.: Historically, the most common losses faced by this industry…
A brewery in Michigan recently opened several “craft beer shanties” where customers can be served outside while indoor dining is temporarily restricted statewide. The owner of Brass Ring Brewing in Alger Heights reportedly modeled the enclosed wooden structures after ice fishing shanties and said they can be reserved in 90-minute blocks by groups of four, as long as the guests…