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Snowy Sidewalk
Real Estate, Risk Insight

Whitepaper – The Invisible Dangers of a Winter Wonderland

Due to the increased risk of accidental slip-and-fall injuries that occur because of snow and ice along sidewalks, it is important for home and property owners to understand their responsibilities for the sidewalks adjacent to their properties.

While different states have varied laws regarding the time frame for how quickly snow and ice must be removed from the abutting sidewalks of any property, in New York City the laws are some of the least forgiving.

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Brooklyn real estate
Real Estate

Whitepaper – If I Fought the Law, Would the Law Win?

Without a higher limit on their general liability, homeowners could be in for a world of hurt – the kind that affects the wallet.

When it comes to who will be held responsible for accidental or negligent injuries, with regards to a homeowner’s property, the laws can be a tricky thing to navigate. With New York being one of the most litigious states in the entire country, not only is it advantageous for a homeowner to know the laws, their rights, and their responsibilities – it is essential. It is doubly important for the homeowner to then make sure they have coverage that can handle any situation that could lead to personal liability.

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New York Brick and Brownstone
Real Estate, Distinguished Life

We Teamed Up with Zurich on Our New York Brick and Brownstone Program

Distinguished Programs has forged a new affiliation with global insurance provider Zurich Insurance to underwrite our hallmark New York Brick and Brownstone program. With this new relationship, New York Brick and Brownstone will undergo changes to standardize its coverage and offerings to appeal to brokers who have a diverse portfolio of owner- and tenant-occupied properties located within the Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan boroughs. Currently, the program serves more than 11,000 building owners who represent 40,000 apartments, condos, and co-op units throughout the city.

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