ACE Construction Practice Launches Catastrophe Services Through ESIS

October 18, 2013

ACE USA has launched catastrophe claims servicing capabilities specifically designed for the construction industry through ESIS Inc., a risk management services company owned by the ACE Group.

The new offerings provide an additional layer of protection from losses that occur following a catastrophic event that arises from construction operations and services that may impact third parties, customers, or the community at large. Offerings include catastrophe pre-planning, catastrophic claims servicing, and emergency response. These capabilities are available for businesses, general contractors and construction managers for both new construction and renovation projects.

ESIS Catastrophe Services include:

  • Customer 800# to call ESIS Catastrophe Services when an event occurs that requires a response
  • Customized 800# for claim intake only
  • Deployment of a team of managers and adjusters to the loss site
  • Daily CAT-specific aggregated and line-by-line financial and claim reports
  • Pre-planning to assure readiness

ACE’s Construction Industry Practice consists of business units that offer products and services that include:

  • Workers compensation, general liability and auto risk transfer
  • Environmental, including contractors pollution liability and contractors professional liability
  • Inland marine, including builders risk and contractors equipment
  • International casualty enterprise and package solutions, including Defense Base Act workers compensation
  • Umbrella/ excess
  • Wrap Ups and other project-specific programs
  • Specialty construction claims
  • Construction risk management services
  • Surety
  • Professional liability for architects and engineers, construction managers and trade contractors
  • Public and private company D&O, EPLI, fidelity and fiduciary liability

Insurance is provided by insurance companies within the ACE Group.

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