Storage tank liability
Managing storage tank challenges
Pollutant releases from commercial storage tanks are among the most complex risks a business can face – with potentially debilitating financial tolls.
Our storage tank liability policy from Ironshore helps cover first- and third-party liability resulting from releases from underground and above-ground tanks.
And each solution is backed by our capacity and stability as a Fortune 100 carrier, so storage tank owners and operators can feel confident in satisfying federal and state-specific requirements and protecting their brands and operations.
A protective partnership
Solutions for complex risks
Storage tank owners and operators with these hard-to-place environmental risks will benefit from our broad appetite for commercial tanks of various ages and construction types. Our solutions can also cover:
- First-party discovery corrective action and cleanup costs
- Third-party bodily injury and property damage, including natural resource damages and medical monitoring
- Optional third-party blanket transportation and blanket waste disposal
Suitable for a broad range of industries, our storage tank liability coverage is particularly well-suited to airports, hospitals, fuel terminals, schools, gas stations, convenience stores, and auto dealerships.
Expertise that delivers
With one of the most experienced teams in the industry, we’ve built storage tank solutions as part of a finely tuned suite of environmental insurance products.
This offering and our in-house knowledge-sharing are hallmarks of our cross-functional team approach. Customers benefit from close collaboration and shared expertise among our underwriting and claims professionals.
We leverage our deep understanding of storage tank risks across every touchpoint, from when a policy is issued until after a claim is resolved, to address your specific risk-management needs.
Better control over claims
When an environmental incident occurs, a prompt response is important. When you need fast action, our claims team is ready to provide a responsive and efficient service experience.
Supported by the underwriters that design our insurance programs, our claims professionals have a deep understanding of environmental risks and our customers’ specific operations.
This insight is backed by seasoned senior claims leaders, ongoing training, and a culture that promotes proactive decision making, so our professionals are empowered to resolve claims quickly and with each customer’s best interests in mind.
Our environmental customers also benefit from the following support and value-added services:
- 24/7 emergency claims response hotline (1-888-292-0249)
- Rapid on-site response via our IronResponse™ mobile app
- Crisis management and public relations services
- Contract review services
- Regulatory compliance assistance
- Risk mitigation consultation
Count on us to help manage complex environmental losses, minimize potential liability, and protect your company’s business and brand.
When environmental incidents occur, a prompt response is important.
With IronResponse™, our mobile app, environmental customers benefit from real-time access to claims professionals and resources at the push of a button.Explore
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