In the event that someone is injured on your property and you are found legally responsible, you could be faced…
Where does an owner’s coverage stop—and where does your condominium association insurance policy need to kick in? It seems like a simple question, but the line can feel blurry because there are multiple stakeholders in a condo environment. You’ve got unit owners, a board of directors, the association and staff working on the property. Because we come in at the ground level, sit down with you and get to know your operation, we can build a condo association policy that ensures no gap in coverage.
Specializing in East Coast Community Associations
Location is everything. Our generations-old business grew up here on the coast, and we understand the specific risks you deal with as a community association in Maryland or Delaware. That’s why we cover more than 500 associations in our East Coast region.
We Show Up
We work extensively with condo owners and associations along the Maryland and Delaware coast—and we get the issues that often arise with community living. Let’s face it: Risk management can get tricky if you’re not sure what you’re responsible for. That’s why we sit down with you and walk through condominium insurance coverage, step by step. It really helps to do this in person. We’ll come to you. Why not show us around and introduce us to the condo association staff? We’ll put the next board meeting on our calendar and attend so we can stay up on developments taking place on your property. After all, we need to make sure your insurance accounts for any changes on the property.
Seamless Claims Processing
Because it’s important to think about what happens in case you need to use your coverage, we want you to know about our claims process. We work with unit owners and the association to coordinate coverage. Learn more about it and how we’ll work to protect your community association by giving us a call. 410.213.5600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.