Inland Marine (Property) Insurance

Inland Marine insurance indemnifies loss to movable or specialized types of property. Inland Marine provides coverage for a wide range of risks and property. Some examples are: crane and rigging equipment, logging equipment, scaffolding, rental equipment and party good dealers, any equipment-driven risk, well drilling and servicing, scientific equipment, medical equipment, jewelry and coin dealers, broadcasting equipment and property, warehousing legal liability, and railroad rolling stock. But a wide variety of other types of property and risks can also be covered.
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Further Reading 
Although the origins of Inland Marine Insurance have roots back to the times when the main way of moving goods throughout the United States was by rivers, canals and even the oceans. About Inland Marine Insurance Inland Marine Insurance cov...
Although you have insured the business property on your premises, this protection does not extend off site - unless you carry Inland Marine insurance. This type of policy goes back as far as the 17th century when Lloyd's of London extended covera...
For inland marine purposes, all terms such as contracting or equipment take on broad interpretations and definitions. Equipment means any tool, vehicle, material, supplies, or machine that serves in the trade of the policy holder and is not fit fo...
Although you have insured the business property on your premises, this protection does not extend off site - unless you carry Inland Marine insurance. This type of policy goes back as far as the 17th century when Lloyd's of London extended covera...
Property risk management in this real estate climate offers tricky valuation issues. Start with the balance sheet: what is the book value of the real estate assets? This number is the primary concern. The practical value, the operations valu...