Prince Lobel Presents: Fires, Floods, and Falls – Risk Issues for Property Owners, Lenders, and Tenants

May 9, 2013

Don’t wait until after a fire, natural disaster, or an accident to look at the indemnities and insurance requirements in your mortgage or lease. Inadequate or incomplete coverage may waste money and put tenants, owners, and lenders at unanticipated risk.

Join Prince Lobel real estate and insurance attorneys and Albert Risk Management, the nation’s largest independent risk management and insurance consulting firm, for an interactive roundtable discussion of the practical issues for insuring a commercial property, including:

  • Does your property have all the right coverages?
  • What insurance should a tenant be required to maintain?
  • What happens if the building burns down – will the policy cover everything?
  • Who pays if a visitor falls in the parking lot and sues?
  • Who should be an additional insured?  What does it mean?

… and more critical information about insuring real estate to minimize risk and maximize protection.

Robert M. Schlein, Chair
Prince Lobel Real Estate Practice Group

Albert Shapiro, Senior Consultant
Albert Risk Management

There will be time before and after the program for networking and refreshments.

To register, please email

Thursday, May 9, 2013
5-7 PM

Prince Lobel Tye LLP
100 Cambridge Street, Suite 2200
Boston, MA 02114

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