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Environmental insurance

Protecting your business starts with understanding your goals.

Knowledge and guidance

Whether you own property, a construction company or a manufacturing firm, you face potential environmental liabilities. Our experts can help you manage them, with guidance in contractor’s pollution legal liability policies, site-specific environmental liability coverage, real estate transactional policies and storage tank liability policies.

Your Lockton team will evaluate your current and potential future liabilities before developing a risk transfer plan that gives your company financial stability if you experience a loss. We take a creative approach to marketing and placing coverage, using our experience and relationships with insurance carriers to negotiate the best terms possible.

Specialist solutions

Our specialists will provide you with solutions to meet:

  • Board of directors objectives

  • Contract requirements

  • Landlord requirements

  • Lender requirements

  • Regulatory obligations

  • Shareholders’ needs

Latest news & insights

Blog highlighting ways to proactively protect homes and cherished belongings prior to a hurricane, tropical storm, flood or tornado. It also outlines steps to take to document losses and what to do to begin the claims process. Personal Loss Prevention Before & After a Storm

Upcoming key compliance deadlines and reminders for third quarter 2024

Upcoming key compliance deadlines and reminders for third quarter 2024Upcoming key compliance deadlines and reminders for third quarter 2024

Inside Risk: Mitigating the risk of hot works

Hot works continue to be one of the main causes of substantial fire loss in commercial premises, resulting in property damage, business interruption, and potential loss of customers. It can ignite combustible materials nearby and potentially more distant from the work area during or after the hot work activities. Hot works continue to be one of the main causes of substantial fire loss in commercial premises, resulting in property damage, business interruption, and potential loss of customers. It can ignite combustible materials nearby and potentially more distant from the work area during or after the hot work activities.

Adapting to Regulatory Shifts: How States Are Reshaping App-Based Transportation and Delivery

Transportation network companies (TNCs) and delivery network companies (DNCs) have transformed the way people, packages and food move through urban and suburban environments by leveraging mobile technology to connect consumers with drivers using their personal vehicles, bikes, or other modes of transit.

However, like so many tech innovations, the rapid rise of these companies — and the broader gig economy — has outpaced the development of regulations.Transportation network companies (TNCs) and delivery network companies (DNCs) have transformed the way people, packages and food move through urban and suburban environments by leveraging mobile technology to connect consumers with drivers using their personal vehicles, bikes, or other modes of transit.

However, like so many tech innovations, the rapid rise of these companies — and the broader gig economy — has outpaced the development of regulations.
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