COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS): A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES, RESOURCES ON INSURING AGAINST THE BUSINESS RISK
* Click here to access AGC of America’s main COVID-19 Web page with additional resources and information, updated regularly.
Insurance Considerations & Strategies
- Coronavirus Insurance Coverage and Claims Guidance, Lockton Companies – click here and here
- Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions, USI – click here and here
- Gallagher Report: Responding to the Coronavirus, Gallagher – click here
- Alliant Report: Coronavirus Contractor Strategy Checklist, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. – click here and here
- What Should Construction Risk Managers Be Considering in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic? Willis Towers Watson – click here (posted with permission from Bill Creedon, Global Head of Construction)
Quantifying Delay and Cost Impacts
Regardless of insurance coverage applicability, contractors should measure all financial impacts of COVID-19. The attachments below offer key tips to quantifying impacts from the event.
- Checklist: Documenting Project Shutdowns/Delays, Procor Solutions + Consulting – click here
- Worksheet: Project Delay Cost Estimate, Procor Solutions + Consulting – click here
Insurance policies that may respond to the COVID-19 outbreak may include the following (check with your insurance broker to confirm coverages):
1. Property/Business Interruption
- Business Interruption Challenges [Checklist], Saxe Doernberger & Vita – click here and here
Am I Covered? Business Interruption and Extra Expense Coverage for Clients Facing Losses Associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19), Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker LLP – click here
- Builder's Risk Considerations During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Willis Towers Watson - click here (posted with permission from Bill Creedon, Global of Construction)
Delay in Completion Coverage and the Coronavirus, Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP – click here
2. Workers’ Compensation Policy
- COVID-19: Workers Compensation Response, Liberty Mutual Insurance – click here
- Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in U.S. Casualty Claims, AON – click here
- COVID-19 and Workers Compensation: What You Need to Know – Frequently Asked Questions UPDATE, The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) – click here and here
- To find out whether your state is one of the many that NCCI serves, simply click here.
- The FAQs include links to the legislative activity that NCCI is tracking at both the state level (Answer to Question 2) and in Washington (Answer to Question 12).
- NCCI Changes to Workers’ Compensation in Light of COVID-19, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. – click here
- WCIRB Changes to Workers’ Compensation in Light of COVID-19, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. – click here
3. Environmental Insurance
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Environmental Insurance Coverage Considerations, Willis Towers Watson – click here (posted with permission from Robin Keliher, SVP and National Environmental Claims Director)
4. Management Liability
5. Cyber Insurance
- Pandemic Disease Cyber Insurance Potential Coverage Overview, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc. – click here
6. Subcontractor Default
COVID-19 Impacts on Subcontractor Default Insurance and Ripple Effects, Smith Currie & Handcock – click here
COVID-19 AND SUBCONTRACTOR DEFAULT INSURANCE: What to do NOW, in 3 Days & in 3 Months, Alliant Guide for Claims Avoidance and Mid-Crisis Management – click here
- Coronavirus-Related Subcontractor Default Risks? What you should know and how you can mitigation the risk, Lockton Companies – click here
* Please contact Leah Pilconis if you have an article or resource on insurance-related issues/factors that construction companies need to consider as they strive for business continuity.
3/30/2020: Insurance Coverage and Claims for Losses Resulting from the Outbreak
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COVID-19 RESOURCES FOR CONTRACT ISSUES
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