National Underwriter Property & Casualty-October 2013

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  • Garden State Guardian

    Chad Hemenway

    One year after Superstorm Sandy, NU contacted New Jersey Commissioner Kenneth E. Kobylowski to find out his thoughts on the state of insurance in the Garden State.

  • Bloomberg’s $20B Plan to Shield NYC from the Next Superstorm

    Anya Khalamayzer

    New York City may have been caught off guard by Superstorm Sandy, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg has responded by proposing an ambitious, multi-decade plan that would put an estimated $20 billion toward protecting the city against disastrous weather events going forward.

  • PEOs: A New Potential for Workers’ Comp Fraud?

    Anthony Natale III

    When an employer is contracted with a PEO and a workers' comp. claim is filed, questions often arise as to whether appropriate insurance has been maintained, if there is documentary evidence to support the PEOs responsibility to defend the claim and even, sometimes, whether the PEO is fiscally solvent.

  • Small Business, Interrupted

    Bonnie Cavanaugh, E&S Editor

    Superstorm Sandy gave independent agencies a hands-on lesson in endorsements to this complex policy.

  • You’ll Need a Variance for that

    Bill Coffin

    When people ask me where I'm from and I tell them, the Jersey Shore, the first thing they usually ask is how much damage did I get from Hurricane Sandy. I tell them about how I lost some trees and how we were without power for a while, but overall,...

  • Program Business Profile: Going Up

    Shawn Moynihan

    JM Associates/Burnham + Co., a Division of HUB International Northeast, partnered with The Hartford to create a general liability program for elevator contractors, inspectors, consultants (excluding E&O), manufacturers and distributors. Here, Vice President John Tateossian discusses the programs origins, how it is administered and the complex exposuresand necessary coverfor those...

  • Affirming the Covenant

    Shawn Moynihan

    While the wind howled outside like screams pulled from hell as Superstorm Sandy descended, I was struck by a strange thoughtthe same one Id wager many Staten Islanders had.

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