If the past year has taught the hotel industry anything, it’s to prepare for life’s unprecedented events. Take COVID-19 as an obvious example. Thousands of hotel managers and owners were forced to close their doors in 2020 and quickly adapt to new cleanliness and safety standards for guests once they reopened. Even now with hotels being close to normal operations, the risk of COVID-19 hasn’t simply vanished. Recently, the nation watched in grief as the Champlain Towers South collapsed in Surfside, Fla. The building collapse impacted hotels and condominiums alike across the town. Now, owners and managers across the country...
We’re honored to continue to advance Beth Linton’s expertise in environmental insurance. She joined EUS in 2006 as a vice president and broker and has since been promoted to company president. To learn about her recent promotion and the value she brings to the EUS team, read this informative piece from Insurance Business America. “I’m excited to continue to build on our growth and success in 2022 as we partner with our valued carriers, brokers and clients.” – Beth Linton
Welcome to the most recent installment of the EUS Market Wire. As I'm sure you are all aware, the market has continued to soften just a bit. It is important to make sure that renewals and new business are properly marketed to maximize the chances for writing the account.
Insurance rates associated with environmental risk have varied depending on business sector in recent years. With extraneous factors such as the COVID-19 pandemic parlaying into contractors’ pollution liability and professional liability, environmental insurance has become a necessary item for business coverages. To learn more about the market and how pollution exclusions play a role in business decisions, read this piece from The Rough Notes Company. Despite the growing scope and severity of current losses, resolution of legacy makes for a relatively stable market. —The Rough Notes Company