Let’s dive into what it is, when it’s used, and why/how it can affect your insureds.
A risk goes through many stages during the coverage process, further once bound the policy is comprised of declarations, exclusions, definitions and more, so what does it all mean? Let’s take a closer look.
Understanding The Connector’s Property appetite is easy with this one-page PDF overview.
Understanding The Connector’s General Liability appetite is easy with this one-page PDF overview.
No doubt a variety of payment methods makes your job easier & insureds happier – precisely why we offer several payment options to choose from. Whether you select Agency Pay, Premium Financing or Insured Pay, this quick guide will walk you through executing payments for each.
As it relates to The Connector and property risks, this document provides information relative to roof construction types as a variable in quoting submissions. This is not a complete listing of all possible roof types across all structures, rather a simple guide to provide clarity and education regarding the available selection options in The Connector.
Commercial General Liability (CGL) is the broadest, most common form of insurance purchased by businesses, protecting them from a variety of perils. Let’s take a quick look at what it’s policy terms are based on and how risks may vary.
If a business is forced to close temporarily due to direct physical loss or damage from a covered cause of loss, Business Income Insurance can help fill the gap. Here’s how.
Let’s take a quick peek at what constitutes an Additional Insured, the difference between scheduled & blanket, as well as a list of Additional Insureds relative to The Connector’s current offering.