Insurance

Worth the Risk?

Worth the Risk?

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A utility contractor faces potentially significant hazards when it accepts the contractual obligation to indemnify a party. It is not uncommon for a utility contractor to fail to properly understand either the complete scope of an indemnification provision or the extent of the financial risk it is allocating to itself via an indemnity provision.

Preparing for the Unknown

Preparing for the Unknown

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How does a business plan for disaster? When a shareholder involved in the operations of a closely held business dies or becomes disabled, how do the remaining shareholders minimize the disruption of regular business operations?

CNA Launches New Website

CNA Launches New Website

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CNA, a NUCA Diamond National Partner, recently unveiled its newly transformed website, www.CNA.com — innovating the property and casualty insurance sector both in design and market approach. “We listened to our customers and reinvented our site to provide them with a better online experience,” said Tom Motamed, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

Faulty Workmanship — Is Your Business Properly Protected?

Faulty Workmanship — Is Your Business Properly Protected?

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Faulty workmanship is a risk that specialty contractors, such as utility and excavation contractors, face with each project they take on. Problems can come from a variety of factors and often take years to arise. For this reason, utility and excavation contractors need insurance coverages built for their unique exposures.