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An owner-controlled insurance program (OCIP) is a type of a wrap-up insurance policy commonly used to insure larger construction projects. Here are 7 reasons to consider moving into one.

Owner-Controlled Insurance Programs: 7 Advantages

Feb 17, 2021

Why Moving into an OCIP Makes So Much Sense An owner-controlled insurance program (OCIP) is a type of a wrap-up insurance policy commonly used to insure larger construction …

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Owner Controlled Insurance Programs typically include commercial general liability coverage and workers’ compensation insurance.

What’s Covered Under a Wrap-Up Program?

Feb 17, 2021

Owner or Contractor Controlled Insurance Programs typically include commercial general liability coverage and workers’ compensation insurance to protect the property owner and other interested parties on the policy …

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Sometimes referred to as controlled insurance programs (CIPs), wrap-up programs are centralized insurance and loss control programs designed to protect the project owner, general contractor and subcontractors under a single insurance policy or set of policies for the construction project.

What is a Wrap-Up Insurance Policy?

Feb 17, 2021

Insuring all of the risks associated with large-scale construction projects is a complicated business. The typical approach requires each party to procure and maintain separate coverage. Risk is …

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COVID-19 has played havoc not only with hotel owners’ finances but their insurance coverage, too.

Some Insurers Checking Out of Hotel Business

Feb 5, 2021

There’s no point in mincing words: The COVID-19 pandemic has been a nightmare for the hotel industry. Whether we’re talking about New York, Seattle or Phoenix, hotel closures …

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Landlords’ Latest Threat: Assault and Battery Coverage Exclusions

Jan 31, 2021

These have not been kind times to apartment landlords, multi-family real estate investors and owners. The COVID-19 pandemic spurred eviction moratoriums nationwide, leaving many owners with no choice …

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Insurance Protection for Life Sciences Companies

Jan 22, 2021

If there were any true silver linings to the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps it’s that the life sciences industry has been thrust into the spotlight as the world faces …

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Finding an Unexpected Dream Job in the Insurance World

Jan 14, 2021

Nichalas Flores was happy with his career at a national consumer electronics retailer. He worked with nice people, earned a steady income and enjoyed the 25% employee discount …

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A Career Where Learning is Possible Every Day

Jan 14, 2021

It didn’t take long for Morgan Scott to see that the myth about insurance was just that, a fiction far from reality. The insurance world, she will tell …

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$900B Stimulus Package: A Shot in the Arm for Business

Dec 24, 2020

The $900 billion emergency package passed by Congress on Christmas week does much more than bolster unemployment benefits and provide families and individuals with stimulus checks. What follows …

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