Contractors face numerous pollution risks associated with the construction site, including water or soil contamination from broken pipelines and leaking fuel storage tanks; water or air emissions from operations; spills of pollutants brought to the site; storm water runoff; and accidental utility strikes that could cause property damage and injure persons.
Because Commercial General Liability policies, even with a pollution coverage broadening endorsement, may not sufficiently cover pollution risks, many contractors purchase Contractors Pollution Liability insurance to help:
Travelers Contractors Pollution Liability policy is available to Travelers Construction customers with a Travelers Commercial General Liability policy. It provides contractors with coverage for bodily injury, property damage or pollution clean-up costs caused by pollution conditions that result from a contractor's covered operations at a construction site.
Travelers Contractors Pollution Liability policy is underwritten by experienced environmental/construction account executives who have industry-specific knowledge about the environmental risks faced by contractors of all types. Also, Travelers' strong financial ratings stand behind our commitments (visit the Investor section of travelers.com for the most up-to-date listings), whether a Commercial General Liability or Contractors Pollution Liability policy.
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*Our specialized pollution underwriters will work with surplus lines brokers to tailor pollution insurance programs to help meet client needs. Coverage is provided on a surplus lines basis by St. Paul Surplus Lines Insurance Company through surplus lines brokers. Surplus lines insurers do not participate in state guaranty funds, and thus insureds are not protected by such funds. The information on this page is provided for general informational purposes and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation.
This information is intended for surplus lines brokers only. State law requires this information to include notification that St. Paul Surplus Lines Insurance Company is not licensed in California or New York.
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