Coverages

Coverages

Wondering if You Need Railroad Liability Insurance? We Can Tell You.

There are a lot of exposures in the railroad industry. Passengers can trip and fall, freight can be damaged, employees can make mistakes and suppliers can provide faulty or defective parts. Fortunately, there is coverage to protect you from each of these occurrences – the tricky part is determining what you need and how much is sufficient. We can answer both of these questions and many others as well. Below is a short list of some of the common coverages required by railroad industry businesses:

  • Railroad Property Insurance
  • Rolling Stock Insurance
  • Foreign Rolling Stock Insurance
  • Maintenance Equipment Insurance
  • Bill of Lading Insurance
  • Track and Roadbed Insurance
  • Coverage for Bridges and Tunnels
  • Flood and Earthquake Insurance
  • Loss of Income Insurance
  • Railroad Liability Insurance
  • Passenger Liability Insurance
  • Pollution/Evacuation Liability Insurance
  • Federal Employers Liability (Act Coverage)
  • Workers’ Compensation Insurance
  • Auto Insurance, Including Hi-Rail
  • Excess Liability Insurance
  • Crime Insurance
  • Railroad Protective Liability Insurance
  • Directors and Officers Liability Insurance
  • Surety Bonds
  • Contractor’s E&O Insurance
  • Lessor’s Contingent Liability & Physical Damage Insurance
  • Volunteer Accident Insurance
  • Employment Practices Liability Insurance

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