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NSU Healthcare introduces programfor medical imaging facilities

National Specialty Underwriters Inc. introduced Select Imaging, an insurance program designed for freestanding medical imaging facilities in the United States. The program provides claims-made professional liability coverage, with policy limits up to $1 million per claim and $3 million aggregate. Features include an “incident trigger,” written consent to settle, defense for punitive damages, and defense costs outside the indemnity limits. The program is available nationwide.For more information, call (425) 450-1090 (Bellevue, Wash.), (312) 924-2822 (Chicago), (770) 618-2180 (Atlanta), or visit www.nsui.com.ASI offers environmental professionals combined GL and pollution productAmerican Safety Insurance Services Inc. announced EnviroStar, a combined general liability and pollution liability product for middle market environmental professionals.The product is designed for contractors and consultants who derive most of their revenue from environmental and remediation services. It covers onsite and off-site bodily injury, clean-up costs and property damage, as well as sudden and gradual pollution. It is accessible via ASI’s ProStar online Web-based rating and submission program.For more information, contact John Rich at (440) 268-7391 or at [email protected].CNA offers technology security coveragefor small and midsize businessesCNA introduced NetProtect Essential, which covers liability arising from identity theft and other network security-related exposures of small to midsize companies. The product covers all of an insured’s network-resident information, not just Web sites. It responds to liability claims arising from security breaches that result in identity theft or disclosure of private information, from virus-produced damage and from the inability to access a network or rely on information. It also covers unauthorized acquisition of trade secrets and proprietary or confidential information from the insured’s network.The product, currently approved in 40 states, provides admitted coverage that applies worldwide. It provides limits up to $2 million, and is designed for U.S.-domiciled businesses that generate $100 million or less in gross revenues. Coverage can be written for businesses involved in financial services, health-care and life sciences, retail, manufacturing, construction, hospitality, telecommunication and technology. The minimum premium is $500.For more information, visit www.cna.com.NSM announces programfor ready-mix concrete industryThe NSM Insurance Group announced ReadyMixPro, a program for the manufacture and transportation of ready-mix concrete.Coverage, provided by A-rated carriers include the following: auto liability and physical damage, general liability, property, business income, workers compensation, umbrella/excess liability insurance, and contractors equipment coverage (leased/rented equipment, rental reimbursement, and miscellaneous tools & equipment).For more information, contact Brian Norman at (800) 543-3248 or at [email protected].Jimcor Agencies announcesbusiness auto programJimcor Agencies announced a facility designed to provide business auto coverage for artisan contractors, mobile catering trucks, manufacturers and distributors in New Jersey. The admitted carrier is rated A-VIII by A.M. Best. Jimcor also can entertain fleets of up to 150 vehicles within its established transportation department.For more information, contact Frank Seigel at (201) 573-8200, Ext. 1146, or at [email protected], or visit www.jimcor.com.OTHER MARKET NEWSoPhiladelphia Consolidated Holding Corp. announced its subsidiary, Maguire Insurance Agency Inc., purchased the renewal rights to the policies issued through the Fitness and Wellness Insurance Agency, its service marks and rights related to its risk-purchasing group. The Fitness and Wellness Insurance Agency operated in all states and placed coverage for more than 24,000 instructors, and fitness, dance and yoga studios, spas and health clubs.For more information, visit www.phly.com.oThe St. Paul Travelers Cos. signed an agreement to reacquire from Citgroup the red umbrella logo that long has been associated with Travelers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Upon completion of the transaction, the company will change its name to the Travelers Insurance Cos. and trade under the symbol TRV on the New York Stock Exchange. The umbrella is thought to have first appeared on a Travelers ad in 1870 and became the company’s official trademark in 1959. Citicorp acquired the umbrella logo when it merged with Travelers in 1998. It sold the insurance company to the St. Paul Cos. in 2004 but retained ownership of the red umbrella logo, which it incorporated into the Citigroup logo. Citigroup decided to drop the umbrella logo, which its research showed consumers still identified with Travelers, when it recently redesigned its own logo.

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