The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc. has further expanded its suite of industry-specific capabilities—introducing a new offering for the growing number of record storage and destruction companies.
These new and enhanced capabilities build on The Hanover’s portfolio of industry-specific offerings, which includes solutions for schools, human services agencies, moving and storage companies, chauffeured transportation, marina and boat dealers.
The Hanover Advantage
Hanover Document Management Advantage was developed to provide organizations in this industry with the coverages they need to protect against a multitude of industry-specific exposures. This solution includes coverage for professional liability, general liability, commercial property, commercial auto, umbrella, and surety bonds.
Additionally, The Hanover offers industry specialized loss control services for small and mid-sized organizations through its staff of engineering professionals.
“We recognize that many agents have clients with industry-specific exposures that they can’t properly address with a standard form and they would rather not go through a wholesaler,” said Jack Roche, president, Business Insurance at The Hanover Insurance Group. “With our solutions, our agent partners have direct access to important coverages.”
Hanover Document Management Advantage
With recent stringent legislation addressing the storage, transportation and destruction of confidential information, document management is a rapidly growing business.
Specifically, Hanover Document Management Advantage provides coverages for a wide range of businesses that are engaged in the secure pick-up, storage and or destruction of confidential information. Highlights of the new capabilities include:
- Professional liability coverage to protect against such risks as the unintentional release of confidential information and accidental shredding of customer documents
- Warehouse legal liability to protect against customer goods that may be damaged in storage
- Equipment breakdown coverage to help extend coverage to mobile shredding units