BHSI brings new excess integrated follow form coverage to market

The policy is designed for larger contractors with complex exposures

Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance (BHSI) recently introduced its Excess Integrated Follow Form, a single excess policy that sits on top of multiple first- and third-party insurance policies, for contractors in Canada and the U.S.

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The new policy is designed for larger contractors with complex exposures. It provides excess follow form protection above multiple underlying coverages, including general liability, environmental liability, employer’s liability, and professional liability. The excess coverage comes with a single limit.

“With multi-line excess coverage from BHSI, contractors gain consistency in limits and tower attachment points and can reduce gaps in coverage. They also benefit from streamlined claims services when they have a loss and reduced frictional claims expenses,” said Bill Sullivan, North American head of casualty construction at BHSI, in a statement.

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