- Hull Damage
- Ocean Marine and Admiralty
- Shipping and Freight
- Trucking and Transportation
Marine and/or Inland Marine Insurance is often combined with other forms of liability coverage to cover bodily injury and property damage liability as well as operations and contractual losses.
Marine Insurance provides coverage for goods in transit, and for the commercial vehicles that transport them, on water and over land. Although it may apply to inland marine, it is more generally applies to ocean marine insurance and covers damage or destruction of a ship’s hull and cargo and perils include collision, sinking, capsizing, being stranded, fire, piracy, and jettisoning cargo to save other property. Wear and tear, dampness, mold, and war are not included.
Inland Marine Insurance is a separate branch of property insurance, less heavily regulated and generally more competitively priced than standard property insurance, covers articles in transit by all forms of land and air transportation as well as bridges, tunnels and other means of transportation and communication. Floaters that cover expensive personal items such as fine art and jewelry are included in this category.
Whether you have a fire on a cargo ship in the Gulf of Mexico or an overturned eight-teen wheeler on the Florida turnpike, we have the experience and skill to help you.