In This Issue:
- Theft of Your Property While Contractors Have Access to Your Facility
- Finding Insurance Coverage for the Cost of Government Investigations
Excerpt from Theft of Your Property While Contractors Have Access to Your Facility:
Business owners routinely grant access to company facilities and property to third-parties for many reasons, from cleaning and organizing a warehouse to inspecting and repairing machinery. In the course of these business dealings, however, property may unexpectedly be misplaced, damaged, or even stolen. Recently, police reported that a large amount of insulated copper piping, valued at over $4,000, was stolen from the construction site of the new Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg. Are unexpected losses like this covered by the owner’s commercial property damage policy?
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