WSRB's commercial property analysts inspect a wide variety of facilities, including warehouses, manufacturing plants, hotels, hair salons, dry cleaners and restaurants. The people running the businesses we inspect often have questions about what we look at, so in this blog post, we answer some of those questions with an inside look at a restaurant inspection.Read More
Can your commercial risk be rated on a class basis, or must it be specifically rated? Rule 85 will tell you.
To help you understand when you need to order an inspection to get a specific loss cost, we've updated one of our most popular blog posts. Read on to learn more about Rule 85 and how to apply it.Read More
Insurance is always changing, so we have updated our post on the Special Causes of Loss form, part of our series on the basics of Commercial Rating. We've also updated our posts on the Basic and Broad Causes of Loss forms. Since each post builds on the previous one, we encourage you to read the series from the beginning.Read More
Only two more posts left until our Commercial Lines Rating series reaches its conclusion. If you’ve been following this series, you’ll know that each post builds upon the last, so we encourage you not to get ahead of the story, so to speak. If you’re new to this series, or just need a refresher on Commercial Lines Rating, you’ll want to start with Part 1 and read the posts in order.Read More
We’re moving ahead with part six of our Commercial Lines Rating series on Basic Causes of Loss.Read More
If there’s a silver lining to property damage, it’s the chance to “go green.” Green construction is a hot trend in the industry, and it’s popular with policyholders who need to rebuild. While green construction offers a number of environmental benefits, it also requires pre-planning from an insurance standpoint.Read More
“What’s a CSP Classification Code?” This is one of WSRB’s most frequently asked questions. Unless you’ve worked in a rating capacity, you’ve probably seen the numbers assigned to risks but never had to work with them. In this blog post, we’ll tackle the CSP code question, starting with the short answer.Read More