Hurricane preparedness: Timely tips for contractors
September 12, 2018
Contractors throughout the Southeast are bracing for the imminent impact of hurricane Florence. Given the fact that this hurricane is predicted to make landfall as a Category 4 (131-155 mph) or even a Category 5 (< 155 mph) and potentially at high tide, there is real potential for significant human and property destruction from wind, storm surge and flooding.
To help, our Inland Marine team has some tips to help secure constructions sites to minimize damage to property and equipment from Florence’s impact.
Americans with Disabilities Act-related lawsuits and claims against designers are on the rise, along with the associated costs.
“The possibility of an ADA claim should be on every design professional’s radar screen,” says David Sofaer, Esq., claims specialist for AXA XL’s Design Professional group. “These
California Dreaming: Insuring contractors’ complex risk more completely
January 21, 2020
Micah Eubanks has big dreams for 2020. A 20-year insurance industry veteran, Micah joined AXA XL as senior underwriter for primary casualty on the North America Construction team in June 2019, joining AXA XL’s Los Angeles office. Now, with six plus months under her belt here, she’s eager to help contractors
Not fade away finding ways to slow down colour degradation in important works of art
January 21, 2020
It is a sad fact of life that the pigments used by some of the world’s most important nineteenth century artists have faded, and the vibrant colours artists used appear less bright when we view them today. This process cannot be reversed. But as Andrew Davies, an in-house Art Expert with AXA ART and