58.7 F
New York
Sunday, October 2, 2022



RT Specialty Surveys Book of Business to Reveal PLL Limit of Liability Benchmarks

Related Articles

KIB Celebrates 31st Annual Trash Bash 409 Volunteers Participate at T.W. Richardson Grove

Irving, TX, October 01, 2022 --(PR.com)-- T.W. Richardson Grove Park, 333 E. Interstate Highway 635, was the site of the Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB) 31st...

FleetGenius Launches Full-Scale Hurricane Ian Relief Efforts

Naples, FL, September 29, 2022 --(PR.com)-- FleetGenius, LLC, the nation's premier waste container and compactor manufacturing, sales, installation, and service company, has launched a full-scale...

Cleveland Browns Announce Partnership for TPI Efficiency to Become Official Utility Consultant

Cleveland, OH, September 29, 2022 --(PR.com)-- Today, TPI announced multi-year partnerships to become the Official Utility Consultant of the Cleveland Browns and the Official Utility...
Hamilton, NJ, September 08, 2022 –(PR.com)– RT Specialty’s Environmental and Construction Professional Practice (RT ECP) recently reviewed its book of business during 2020 and 2021 to determine the limits of liability on the Pollution Legal Liability (PLL) policies typically purchased by virtually every industry that owns, leases, acquires or divests real estate. The analysis that represented more than 25 industries showed most of these customers had policy limits of liability of $15 million or less, while only a handful exceeded the $20 million benchmark.

“The overall demand for PLL policies has increased dramatically,” says Jeff Slivka, president of RT ECP. “This coincides with the upward trajectory of the microbial matter, disinfection expenses and soil and groundwater contamination challenges faced by the commercial, habitational real estate; manufacturing; healthcare and institutional marketplaces.

“The problem is…

Read more…

Popular Articles