BeazleyOne Environmental is a tailored insurance program that combines professional, contractor and general liability insurance protection into one form for firms providing environmental and engineering services.
$1M/$2M primary with a $5M Umbrella
With underwriters that have extensive experience in servicing this industry, Beazley has created a tailored insurance program that combines professional, environmental and operational liability insurance protection into one form, along with a strong commitment to risk and claims management to assist firms with growth and profitability.
Engineering, consulting, project management and contracting/remediation firms generating more than 90% of gross revenues in providing environmental service.
Insureds should be domiciled where Beazley is licensed to write insurance. Coverage is written out of London, US, and Canada, but may be provided worldwide. Canada: Canadian domiciled firms providing environmental and engineering services/operations to a diverse client base. Primary focus is on privately held firms with gross revenues up to $25M. Worldwide - Professional and Technology/Privacy Liability Coverage
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Our insured was retained to provide its client with a phase I environmental site assessment. The client later alleged the insured’s report should have and failed to include certain information that would have impacted the terms of a purchase and sale agreement for the real estate in question. Beazley appointed counsel who specialize in defending engineers in professional liability disputes to obtain an early and cost-effective resolution based on both the applicable standard of care and a carefully crafted limitation of liability provision in the insured’s contract.
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