News From Beacon Hill – January 2014

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Recent Success Stories
$1M Abatement contractor purchased GL/Pollution, $8M Excess, and Workers Compensation for $172,000.
$67M Electrical contractor purchased a $2M/$2M CPL/E&O policy for $36,000.
$1.5M Environmental Consultant purchased GL/CPL/E&O including Mold for $22,000.
$2.685M Concrete installation contractor purchased a $5M/$5M CPL policy for $14,210. Coverage is for a project and includes Transportation Pollution Liability.
$14.5M Environmental consultant purchased GL/CPL/E&O and a $5M Excess policy for a total of $35,935.
An apartment complex management company purchased a $1M/$2M Site Pollution Policy for $25,200.


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January 16, 2014
New Year. New Opportunities.
Over the past year, we have taken a closer look at the areas we need to improve upon in order to serve you better and offer enhanced products. We have recently added some strong new carrier partners that will broaden our reach and provide more capacity. We are pleased to access a variety of environmental and energy products, including:
For more information or to discuss a specific account, email us or call (800) 596-2156.
Webinar: Finding Environmental Opportunities in Your Current Book of Business
Date: January 22, 2014
Time: 11:00 a.m. EST
Cost: FREE
Join us for a discussion on ways to look for environmental insurance opportunities in today’s market. Highlights will include:
  • Evaluating your clients’ environmental exposures and the products available to them.
  • Finding new revenue in existing business by using environmental liability coverage to fill potential coverage gaps.
  • Using environmental coverage to strengthen your relationships with your insureds.
  • This free, one-hour webinar will be hosted by Beacon Hill’s president, Bill Pritchard.
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