As the insurance market continues to transition and evolve, environmental liability insurance premiums in 2020 generally increased in the 5% to 10% range for claim-free accounts. Barring unforeseen changes in conditions, environmental insurers likely will continue to seek rate increases in 2021, due to factors including:
To find out which industries are buying environmental liability cover, the latest trends in coverage, market capacity, premiums, claims and the Australian regulatory landscape, download the full report.
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NOTE: This environmental liability report is a part of the 2020 Australian Insurance Market Recap Series – a series of local market insights by insurance class, with a specific focus on the state of market in Australia. Other insurance classes featured in the series include:
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