Commercial Insurance Resources

Letter from PSA’s Property & Casualty Practice Leader

It goes without saying, there are definitive losses that are occurring and will continue to occur as a result of COVID-19. There have been many questions relating to the Coronavirus and what relief may be offered by your insurance policies. All businesses are asking, and it is not good news. … Learn More>>

E-book: 15 Key Safety COVID-19 Considerations for Your Return to Work Plan

In an effort to help employers build a safe return to work plan, we have prepared this guide with 15 key considerations as you return to work or reopen your business. Download >>

E-book: COVID-19 Commercial Insurance Questions Answered (Jun 8)

As a business owner looking to reopen as states begin to loosen the restrictions on business establishments previously closed under state regulations, what are your responsibilities and potential liabilities? Check out this short FAQ as a
guide to address some of the issues that may arise.  Download >>

Webinar: COVID-19 Return to Work Considerations (May 21)

Employee benefits, HR and workplace safety related topics your business should consider for reopening your business after a shutdown and returning your staff from telework. Watch Webinar Recording >>

COVID-19 Guidance for the Construction Workforce (Apr 24)

When working in the construction industry, the following tips can help reduce the risk of exposure to the coronavirus. Learn More >>

Webinar: Your COVID-19 Commercial Insurance Questions ANSWERED (Apr 17)

Watch our free webinar recording discussing business interruption, workers’ comp, business auto, and cyber insurance related questions. Watch webinar >>

OSHA: Prevent Worker Exposure to Coronavirus (COVID-19) (Apr 14)

Employers and workers should follow these general practices to help prevent exposure to coronavirus. Learn More >>

OSHA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces For COVID-19 (Apr 14)

To reduce the impact of COVID-19 outbreak conditions on businesses, workers, customers, and the public, it is important for all employers to plan now for COVID-19. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) developed this COVID-19 planning guidance based on traditional infection prevention and industrial hygiene practices. It focuses on the need for employers to implement engineering, administrative, and work practice controls and personal protective equipment (PPE), as well as considerations for doing so. Get Guide >>

Business Pandemic Influenza Planning Checklist (Apr 14)

Planning for pandemic influenza is critical. To assist you in your efforts, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have developed the following checklist for large businesses. It identifies important, specific activities large businesses can do now to prepare, many of which will also help you in other emergencies. Get Checklist >>

Working Through COVID-19 for Construction (Apr 14)

While the majority of the population is advised to stay home under quarantine, there are jobs in the construction industry that will need to be performed to maintain U. S. infrastructure. To achieve this, the companies and workers who perform these critical tasks will need to take special precautions for their safety, the safety of their families, and to protect the community from unnecessary spread of COVID-19. Learn More >>

COVID-19 Personal Insurance Programs and Assistance (Apr 13)

If you’ve experienced hardship due to COVID-19, check out what our carrier partners and PSA are working on to lessen your financial burden. Many flexible programs are available regarding your policy renewal, payment options and policy rate relief. Learn More >>

Commercial Insurance FAQs Related to COVID-19 (Apr 6)

We have compiled a list of FAQs related to commercial insurance and the impact of COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more>>

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Workers Compensation Claims and COVID-19 (Mar 25)

While so much of the economic impact to businesses stemming from the Coronavirus is seemingly uncovered by insurance policies, there are conditions under which employers may feel some relief. Workers’ Compensation is the area where we may see some coverage for a directly infected employee, if it can be proven the infection was contracted in the course of employment. Learn More >>

Coronavirus and Insurance (Mar 25)

As of late, all risk management professionals have been engaging in challenging conversations with their clients. The unfortunate truth is that the insurance industry never anticipated a major outbreak like the Coronavirus, and therefore, has not drafted any policy to provide specific coverage for this scenario. We are in uncharted territory. At the moment, it is unlikely there will be any major relief provided by insurance policies without strong governmental intervention. Learn More >>

How to Prevent or Reduce Theft in Your Organization (Mar 24)

With many businesses closing or switching to remote work due to current events, many buildings and storage yards are unattended. Here are ways you can keep your business safe from theft.  Learn how >>

Is Your Business Covered for Pandemics Like Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19)? (Mar 5)

Learn how to protect your employees and what business insurance coverage is available for your operation in case of a potential Coronavirus outbreak.  Learn More >>

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