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BMT Insurance Advisors

COVID-19 Response

April 29, 2020

Update Regarding Our Offices


 

While Pennsylvania’s Governor has relaxed restrictions on insurance agencies, we continue to operate under our remote service plan, and are still available to support you and your business by telephone, video WebEx, and via email.

If you contact us and receive a voicemail message, please do not hesitate to leave a detailed message, as we are working and will respond to your inquiry. Our professionals are available to discuss and support your insurance needs and we encourage you to reach out to your BMT Insurance Advisor, or call 610.527.1881 if we can be of assistance.

As conditions continue to change, we will keep you updated on the reopening of our physical locations as well as any guidelines implemented in accordance with local, state, and Federal guidance.

Kim Trubiano
President
BMT Insurance Advisors

March 23, 2020

Update Regarding Our Offices


 

By order of Tom Wolf, Governor of Pennsylvania, BMT Insurance Advisors has closed our physical locations in Berwyn and Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, effective March 21. While our physical buildings are closed, we continue to operate under our remote service plan, and are still available to support you and your business by telephone, video WebEx, and via email.

If you contact us and receive a voicemail message, please do not hesitate to leave a detailed message, as we are working, and will respond to your inquiry. Our professionals are available to discuss and support your insurance needs and we encourage you to reach out to your BMT Insurance Advisor, or call 610.527.1881 if we can be of assistance.

We wish you good health and are keeping all in our thoughts as we navigate these challenging times together.

Kim Trubiano
President
BMT Insurance Advisors

March 20, 2020

COVID-19: Commercial Insurance Considerations


Dear Clients:

As the world works to understand and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, we at BMT Insurance Advisors are committed to providing you with information, advice, and the ability to plan as you adapt to these rapidly changing conditions.

While we may not be able to address all potential scenarios, we can provide insight regarding your policies and how they may or may not apply in situations like we are currently experiencing. We recognize each situation is unique, and therefore, the information below is provided for information purposes only.

Your specific policy may or may not provide coverage, based on your circumstances; however, we are here to help guide you through these challenging times.

Commercial Property
Commercial Property Insurance Forms have multiple layers and consist of physical property coverage, as well as potential coverage for business interruption. A typical commercial policy is meant to cover physical buildings, assets, tangible items, etc. against direct physical loss or damage. There must be direct physical loss or damage to the covered property from a named peril, not otherwise excluded for coverage to apply.  An example of physical damage would be a fire, on-site at the insured location causes damage to buildings, computers, and equipment.

Typically, with COVID-19, physical damage coverage is not triggered.

While you may not experience a physical loss during this pandemic, you may have a loss of business due to an interruption.

Business interruption coverage can be further evaluated as follows:

  1. Business interruption due to physical loss: an example would be a fire that occurs on premises and prevents you from opening for business. This coverage typically requires a trigger, such as a fire or other specific cause of loss resulting in damage to physical property before any consideration for a claim is provided.
  2. Contingent business interruption: this coverage is defined by experiencing a loss or incurring additional expenses as a result of a supplier or vendor having a physical damage loss, resulting in the inability to provide your business with the necessary supplies, etc. to maintain production and business continuity. This coverage typically requires the supplier or vendor to have sustained a covered physical damage loss before coverage is considered.
  3. Civil authority: provides coverage for loss of income when a government authority denies access to your business. This is typically implemented during a natural disaster (fire, hurricane, tornado, etc..) or life-threatening situation in which masses of people are restricted from specific areas. This coverage normally has both a time element and a distance element: meaning, there is a specific time period that must be incurred before coverage is triggered and there is a limit to how long the coverage may apply; and often times there is a specific location or radius that is required for coverage consideration. An example would be an explosive device goes off in a shopping mall, the stores with physical damage would have coverage due to a trigger for physical damage from the explosion, as well as business interruption. The stores on the perimeter of the mall may be closed by civil authority, but may not have any physical damage; however, they may have coverage considered for business interruption as they were within a specified mileage from the explosion and were required closed by civil authorities.

Workers’ Compensation
Workers’ compensation insurance helps employees recover from work-related injuries or illnesses and generally will not apply in a pandemic outbreak. Every state has its own workers’ compensation insurance laws and regulations that govern the coverage available. To file a workers’ compensation claim, the employee will need to demonstrate that the injury or illness arose directly out of the course of their employment.

While at this time we are unsure of how the insurance carriers and the government are going to respond to various outcomes and impacts of COVID-19, we recommend that each person or business keep track of financial receipts and documents which could demonstrate the adverse revenue and expense impacts as a direct response of the pandemic.

We stress each case will be handled on its own merits. We are not claims adjustors, and each policy may respond differently. The information provided is to assist you with understanding and planning during these times. Please know that we are here to assist you along the way.

Our professionals are available to discuss your concerns, reach out to your BMT Insurance Advisor, or call 610.527.1881.

We wish you good health and are keeping all in our thoughts as we navigate these challenging times together.

Kim Trubiano
President
BMT Insurance Advisors

Insurance products are offered through BMT Insurance Advisors, a subsidiary of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. Not available in all states.

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