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The various types of insurance Matt Starr has Underwriting experience in handling.

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  • Property and Marine Insurance Underwriting Experience of Matthew Starr
  • Property Insurance
    • Buildings
    • Business Personal Property, Computers, Valuable Papers
    • Business Income & Extra Expense
    • Inland Marine Coverage's
    • Equipment Breakdown
    • Crime Coverage's
  • Property Insurance
    • Multiple Time Element Coverage Options
    • Electronic vandalism & computer virus coverage
    • Other Inland Marine Coverage's
  • Ocean Marine Coverage’s
    • Ocean Cargo
    • Boat Dealers
    • Marina Operators Legal Liability
    • Commercial Hull- I.e. sight-seeing, excursion and charter boats
    • Protection & Indemnity
  • International Air Freight can be covered on an Ocean Cargo Insurance Policy!
  • “ Ocean” Cargo Insurance in KS & MO?
    • How much cargo does Kansas export?
    • How much cargo does Missouri export?
  • “ Ocean” Cargo Insurance in Kansas?
    • In 2005, Kansas Exports were $6.7 Billion!
    • Top Destinations: Canada, Mexico, & China.
    • Top Cargo Exported: Aircraft & Parts, Industrial Machinery, Vehicles, Raw Hides/Skins, Electrical Machinery, Cereals, Meat, Optic & Medical Instruments.
    • Imports are in addition to the above!
  • “ Ocean” Cargo Insurance in Missouri?
    • In 2004, Missouri Exports were $8.9 Billion!
    • Top Export Destinations: Canada, Mexico, Japan, China & United Kingdom
    • Top Cargo Exported: Transportation Equipment, Chemicals, Machinery, Computer/electronics, Electrical Equipment, Food Products, Metal Products, Agricultural Products, & Plastic goods.
    • Imports are in addition to the above!
    • “ Warehouse to Warehouse”
    • Shipments are not covered just from port to port only
    • They are covered while in the ordinary course of transit from the warehouse at the place of origin to the warehouse at the place of destination .
    Ocean Cargo-Warehouse to Warehouse
  • Example of a Warehouse to Warehouse Shipment Warsaw, Poland Wichita,KS Baltimore, MD Germany
  • Ocean Cargo Insurance- Policy Types
    • Open Policies, continous until cancelled, for ALL shipments…
    • Special Marine Policies or stray risk policy, for a SINGLE trip shipment
  • Ocean Cargo Insurance Options
    • Domestic Transit
    • Warehouse Coverage
    • Exhibition & Processing Locations
    • Installation Sites
    • Sales Representatives Samples
    • War Insurance Policy
  • OCEAN CARGO in the News… The largest ocean cargo disaster...
    • On Nov. 2, 1998, the M/V APL CHINA was hit by Typhoon Babs in the North Pacific Ocean.
    • Over $100,000,000 in cargo loss and damage. The vessel lost 406 containers overboard, and some 1,000 more were damaged.
  • Modern Day Pirates!
    • International Piracy Incidents
    • 325 Piracy incidents in 2004
    • Indonesia, Bangladesh, India, South America, Nigeria, Malaysia are the highest in piracy incidents.
    • Question: What is the industry wide
    • ANNUAL dollars loss of cargo from THEFT?
    • Annual Cargo Theft Costs
    • $12 Billion…
    • Second only to Health Care Fraud of $25 Billion
  • Container Ships…the largest up to 8,000 containers onboard!
    • 95% of US shipments via water
    • 8,000,000 containers offloaded at U.S. seaports EACH year, that’s 21,000 per day!
    • Value of container trade through U.S. seaports estimated at $737 Billion Annually
    Ocean Cargo Shipments
  • Ocean Cargo Stray Risk Insurance
    • Coverage for a SINGLE international shipment of goods.
    • For example a manufacturer has a single import/export shipment.
  • Boat Dealer Coverage
    • Premises coverage for boats as stock for sale.
    • Transit coverage
    • Exhibition
    • Off premises coverage
    • Protection & Indemnity
  • Marina Operators Legal Liability Coverage
    • Legal Liability and/or P&I Coverage for the boats of others for operations of:
    • Fueling
    • Repair
    • Storage
    • Mooring
    • Slip rental
    • Storage
    • Demonstration
    • Hauling & Launching
    • Motor Truck Cargo Legal Liability- Carrier For Hire Coverage
    • Owned Goods on Owned Vehicles
    • Transportation Coverage-Shippers Interest
    • Trip Transit Coverage
    Transit Insurance
  • What kind of Insurance is needed for this package? “ I need Transportation Insurance to protect my interest in my cargo while being transported by others .” “ I need Motor Truck Cargo Insurance to protect my legal liability for cargo of others while in my care, custody and control.”
  • Motor Truck Cargo Legal Liability Insurance
    • Coverage for the insured’s legal liability in hauling cargo of others.
  • Motor Truck Cargo Legal Liability Insurance
    • Scheduled vehicles or blanket reporting gross receipts
    • Cargo at Scheduled Terminal Locations
    • Mechanical Breakdown of Refrigeration Units
  • Motor Truck Cargo- Owned Goods/Vehicles
    • Coverage for owned goods in transit on owned vehicles.
    • Scheduled Vehicles
    • Blanket- Reporting basis
    • Coverage to protect the Shippers Interest in their cargo transported by others
    • For example, a manufacturer or distributor shipping goods via common carrier truck lines.
    Transportation Insurance-Shippers Interest
  • Why Shippers Need their OWN Transportation Insurance
    • Truckers are liable for cargo damage if negligent, but NOT responsible for all causes of loss (I.e. Acts of God, poor packing, etc.)
    • Under a released bill of lading, trucker only responsible for lower value instead of full value.
    • Trucker liability is reduced if goods stored in warehouse for extended time.
    • Time/Difficulty in collecting from the trucker.
  • Modes of Transit & Coverage Options
    • Common Carrier Truck
    • Contract Carrier Truck
    • Aircraft Shipments
    • Railroad Shipments
    • Owned Vehicles
    • At Scheduled Terminal
  • Transportation Insurance
    • Incoming, Outgoing, Inter-plant Shipments
    • Coverage for ALL Shipments during the year
    • Annual Reporting- Values Shipped or Gross Sales
  • Trip Transit Coverage
    • Coverage for a SINGLE shipment of goods from one location to another.
    • For example a business is moving to a new location.
    • Territory: within USA or Canada.
  • Contractors Equipment Coverage
  • Contractors Equipment Coverage
    • Owned Scheduled Equipment
    • Unscheduled small tools
    • Unscheduled employee tools
  • Contractors Equipment Theft!
    • National Equipment Register- Theft Recovery & Risk Management
    • Theft most common cause of loss
    • As little as 10% of equipment is recovered
    What’s the annual loss from theft of contractors equipment?
  • Contractors Equipment Theft!
    • Most Equipment Thefts by State: #1 TX, #2 NC, #3 CA, #4 FL….#8 MO
    • Most common stolen equipment: #1 skid steer loader-31%, #2 Tractor- 21%, #3 Backhoe 16%.
    • Est. Annual Values of Equipment Stolen
    • $300 Million to $1 Billion!
    National Equipment Register 2004 Stats
  • Contractors Equipment Leased or Rented FROM Others
    • Unscheduled leased or rented equipment from others
    • Limit per ITEM and TOTAL limit.
    • Written lease or rental agreement
  • Contractors Equipment Rental Expense
    • Coverage for rental expense incurred for replacement equipment...
    • If a covered cause of loss occurs to covered equipment…
    • Insured must use other equipment if available…
    • and use reasonable speed in obtaining repairs or replacement equipment.
    • Deductible in hours, I.e. 48 or 72 hours.
  • Contractors Equipment Exposures & Options
    • Leased or rented equipment TO others
    • Borrowed equipment from others
    • Underground equipment
    • Waterborne equipment
  • Contractors Equipment Crane Exposures!
    • Crane- exclusion for exceeding the lifting capacity or overload
    • Crane- exclusion or restricted coverage for booms and jibs
  • Crane Upset, Overturn & Overload! BOOM!
  • Contractors Equipment Insurance Limit Considerations
    • Blanket Limits- Annual Adjustment Endorsement
    • Valuation- ACV, Replacement Cost
    • Coinsurance- agreed amount, 80%, 90%, 100%
    • Review equipment SCHEDULE- are items covered/excluded, does the limit agree with the valuation clause and coinsurance?
  • Builders Risk Coverage Builders Risk Insurance
  • Builders Risk Coverage
    • New Buildings under construction
    • Remodeling or renovations, with or without existing building
    • Temporary storage locations
    • Materials in transit
    • Flood and Earthquake
    • Equipment Breakdown-Testing
    • Soft Costs and Loss of Rents
    • Permission to Occupy
  • Crane Collapse and Builders Risk Disaster!
  • Builders Risk OR Installation Insurance?
    • Builders Risk Insurance
    • covers the ENTIRE PROJECT for buildings or structures in the course of construction for the owner and/or contractor plus sub-contractors. It can include structures being remodeled or renovated.
  • Builders Risk OR Installation Insurance?
    • Installation Insurance
    • is designed to cover a PORTION of the project, normally for contractors who install electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning or other machinery and equipment.
  • Builders Risk Testing Coverage
    • Hot and cold testing: electrical, mechanical, hydrostatic, pneumatic testing of equipment.
    • Mechanical breakdown, explosion of boilers, pipes, engines, turbines, pressure vessels, etc.
    • Artificially generated electricity including arcing.
    • Construction contracts often have insurance requirements for “Testing” or “Boiler & Machinery” coverage.
  • What kinds of equipment are exposed to testing loss for a builders risk?
    • Air conditioning system, compressor, chiller, etc.
    • Electrical system, transformer, lights, panels, switchgear, power controls.
    • Underground cables
    • Heat and hot water boilers
    • Building automation systems
    • Elevators, fire detection systems
  • Soft Costs Coverage ADDITIONAL expenses (as below) sustained from a delay in the completion of construction operations due to a covered cause of loss.
        • Interest expense on money borrowed to finance construction or reconstruction,
        • Real estate taxes,
        • Advertising and promotional expenses,
        • Commissions, legal and accounting costs
        • Architectural fees, building inspection fees and charges and administration expenses,
    (Hard costs= “brick & mortar”)
  • Builder’s Risk Coverage Away from the Jobsite Options
    • Transit Coverage-- limit per shipment
    • Temporary Storage Location- away from the jobsite, limit per location.
  • Installation Coverage
    • Installation of machinery, equipment, and property at jobsite
    • Temporary storage location
    • Materials while in transit
    • Flood and Earthquake
    • Soft Costs
    • Equipment Breakdown-Testing
  • Computer & Electronic Equipment Insurance
  • Computer & Electronic Equipment Coverage
    • Computer Equipment
    • Site Control Systems
    • Electronic Equipment- Phones, Fax, etc.
    • Data/media
    • Instruction & Operating Manuals
    • Valuable Papers
  • Computer & Electronic Equipment Coverage
    • Extra & Expediting Expense
    • Business Income
    • Mechanical Breakdown
    • Flood and Earthquake
    • Transit & Off Premises
    • Worldwide Laptop Coverage
  • Computer Equipment Additional Benefits
    • Off Premises Utility Failure
    • No Coinsurance
    • Replacement Cost
    • Upgrade Value-Option
    • Computer Virus
  • Bailees Customers Coverage
    • Property of others in the insureds care, custody or control.
    • For example machines of others, are repaired by the insured.
  • Communications Equipment
    • Radio or TV Towers and Antennas
    • Transmitting & Studio Equipment
    • Mobile Equipment
    • Cable TV Systems
    • Business Income
  • Dealers Coverage
    • For miscellaneous equipment dealers, such as antique or fine art stock for sale.
    • Excluding dealers of boats, construction equipment, or jewelry.
    • Premises Coverage
    • Transit Coverage
    • Away from premises coverage
  • Exhibition Coverage
    • Property at an exhibition or trade show
    • For example, trade show booths, displays, models, etc.
    • Coverage at the exhibition
    • Transit to and from the exhibition
    • Single exhibition or ALL during the year
  • Equipment Dealers Coverage
    • For construction equipment or agricultural equipment, stock for sale
    • Premises Coverage
    • Transit coverage
    • Away from premises coverage
  • Fine Arts Coverage
    • Paintings, sculptures, and other works of art
    • SCHEDULED Fine Arts on premises.
    • Transit coverage
    • Away from premises coverage
    • Breakage Coverage
  • Medical Diagnostic Equipment Coverage
    • Mobile or stationary medical diagnostic equipment
    • MRI’s
    • Computer Equipment
    • Media and Data
    • Business Income
    • Extra & expediting expense
    • Computer virus
    • Transit coverage
    • many more benefits
  • Miscellaneous Property Coverage
    • Inland Marine Form for Miscellaneous Equipment, Machines or Property where no other specific form is available.
  • Miscellaneous Property Coverage
        • Examples of covered property :
    • Vehicle driving simulators
    • Service equipment
    • Uniforms
    • Audio-visual equipment, projectors, VCR’s
    • Banners, decorations, and flags
    • Cameras, televisions and video equipment
    • Cleaning or maintenance equipment
    • Equipment leased or rented from others
  • Miscellaneous Property Coverage
        • Examples of covered property :
    • Golf carts, bicycles and ATV’s
    • Industrial equipment
    • Lawn and grounds keeping equipment
    • Auto Models or portable displays
    • Portable or permanent signs
    • Portable Radios, walkie talkies
  • Miscellaneous Property Coverage
        • Examples of covered property:
    • Metering equipment,
    • Tents
    • Tools, lathes and shop equipment
    • Typewriters, photocopiers, office equipment
    • Truck or vehicle scales
  • Scientific Instruments Coverage
    • Portable Equipment AND Equipment permanently attached to a vehicle for...
    • Industrial, environmental, and pollution monitoring equipment…
    • Medical and scientific testing and monitoring equipment…
    • Engineering and surveying equipment.
  • Oil Lease Property
    • Coverage for Tanks, pumps and machinery at producing oil well sites.
  • Pipeline Distribution Coverage
    • Pipeline and related metering systems.
    • Excluding pipeline contents.
  • Physicians & Surgeons Equipment
    • Medical, surgical or dental equipment and instruments.
    • Optional: Office furniture, fixtures, improvements & betterments, office equipment away from premises, extra expense, personal effects, valuable papers, and money/stamps.
  • Processing Coverage
    • Property of the insured while processed by others.
  • Sign Coverage
    • Neon,
    • fluorescent,
    • automatic or
    • mechanical signs.
  • Theatrical Property Coverage
    • Theatrical props, costumes or scenery.
  • Vending Machine Coverage
    • Vending Machines for established businesses.
    • Excluding coins, money and contents.
  • Warehouseman’s Legal Liability
    • Commercial property stored by a warehouseman with a written contract.
  • Cameras & Musical Instruments
    • Commercial Cameras and Photography Equipment
    • Professional Musical Instruments
  • Marine Programs for a Group or Association
    • Marine exposures that warrant unique handling, coverage or services.
    • Examples: coverage for laptops, wireless communications devices, kiosk risks, ATM’s, and other mobile property.
  • Marine Programs for a Group or Association
    • Available to GROUPS or SELECTED INDUSTRIES such as:
    • Associations & Risk Purchasing Groups
    • Manufacturers & Wholesaler Operations
    • Schools & Universities
    • Communication and Technology Businesses
    • Legal & Medical Firms
    • Plastics & Metalworkers Operations
    • Business Services & Financial Companies
  • Marine Programs for a Group or Association
    • Marine Insurance Programs are available to include as covered property:
    • cell phones and personal communications equipment
    • Laptops, palmtops and PDA’s
    • Global positioning systems and security related equipment
    • ATM’s or financial information exchange equipment
    • Mobile or office equipment
    • International air and ocean shipments.