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The Growing Risk of Terrorism Loss

Before September 11, 2001, insurance companies provided terrorism coverage to commercial customers for free or little charge. In November 2002, Congress enacted the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, and in the years since, insurers have begun to assess the risk of terror.

Businesses in major urban areas have the greatest exposure, but today terrorism coverage should be part of any comprehensive risk management program, regardless of the nature of the business.

Licensed insurance professionals at Hilb Group will help assess your exposure and coverage needs, provide advice, and procure insurance that covers property damage or business losses associated with terrorist acts certified by The Treasury Department.

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