White Paper

Stand-Alone Course of Construction (COC) Policy vs. COC Property Extension

Knowing available COC insurance options is a key precaution for any construction firm or property owner.
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White Paper Summary

A stand-alone COC wording is designed specifically to cover all risk associated with a project and recognizes multiple parties are involved and should be covered accordingly. It is very tailored coverage whereas a COC property extension is an add-on, a quick, short-term solution – that certainly streamlines your insurance – but it also runs the risk of stirring up some complicated issues and disputes.

Read this white paper to explore the options and considerations to take into account when planning for COC Policy or COC Property Extention.

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