Are you paying too much for insurance?

Desoutter, Nick
February 1998
World Wastes;Feb98, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
Offers advice for solid waste operators planning to insure their businesses. Controlling insurance costs; Factors that help make a company a good insurance risk; Selecting which broker to deal with; Considering how much coverage one needs; Evaluating carriers; Renewing insurance contracts. INSET: Degrees of coverage..


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