Business owners, C-suite team members, and property owners – it goes without saying that you have navigated many storms thrown at you by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is likely you led your team through the government shutdown, implemented new safety programs to bring your team back to work, pivoted..
Public Health of Madison and Dane County (PHMDC) is receiving increasing complaints of non-compliance related to restaurants and taverns exceeding the 25% indoor capacity restrictions; employees not wearing face coverings or not wearing them properly; employees not physically distancing; and..
Underground parking? On-site gym? Rooftop pool? Mechanical valet parking? Developers and property managers alike agree that these Class-A amenities have now become commonalities in the multifamily housing sector. While luxury amenities have been established as significant selling points, tenant..
For starters, most general liability insurance policies have a pollution exclusion built into the coverage form, and often additional exclusionary wording regarding mold and fungi. These exclusions are meant to exclude coverage for bodily injury or property damage arising out of the discharge,..
Property managers fill a variety of roles while overseeing the performance of their residential or commercial properties. Coordinating maintenance issues, finding high quality tenants to fill vacancies, and collecting rents are only a few examples of the responsibilities that fall to the..
At first glance, a commercial property policy seems straightforward. It lists the property covered, what causes of loss are covered, and how much it’s covered for. But did you know that there are many ways a property policy’s coverage can be restricted? If an insured is not fully aware of the..
Apartment owners and property managers have a means to protect their limits of insurance, and it won’t cost them a penny. I am talking, of course, about renters insurance. What many forget about renters insurance though, is the liability coverage that is included.
In the world of business, time is money. Consider the impact your business would face if even one piece of equipment essential to daily operation failed. In many scenarios, your operations would be immediately interrupted. Do you have backup equipment at the ready? Do you have another facility..
You are the owner of a building that is damaged by a small fire. The building is covered by a standard commercial property policy, so you submit the claim to your carrier.