Kevin Kuntz

Kevin Kuntz is Vice President of Risk Engineering, Safety and Training, and Chief Engineer for ISO Commercial Lines.

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September 28, 2020

High and inside: the crucial metrics commercial property underwriters need to avoid premium leakage

These are the important factors that commercial property underwriters need to watch for to help properly price their policies.

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August 20, 2020

Three attributes of commercial properties that underwriters shouldn’t take for granted

Imprecise data can hurt both insurers and policyholders. Industry studies have found 75 percent of commercial buildings are underinsured.

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July 6, 2020

Three common mistakes inspectors make when classifying commercial buildings

Learn the mistakes commercial property inspectors make when evaluating buildings for an ISO Construction Class.

January 4, 2019

Hot in here: Why it’s getting harder to fight house fires

It’s important for insurers to understand advances in fire science and how they assess a community’s adaptation to evolving challenges in fire protection.

August 15, 2017

For actionable building information, you need to COPE

There’s a lot of information one can gather on a building or commercial property. Regardless of the perils being considered, the more reliable and precise that…

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May 15, 2017

What you should know about Verisk loss costs

Verisk loss costs are accurate projections of average future claim costs and loss adjustment expenses—overall, and by coverage, class, territory, and other categories.…

March 23, 2017

Building green—and the risks for commercial properties

The green building trend is a positive one, but insurers need to consider the risks involved with covering these properties.

December 22, 2016

The pros and cons of solar panels

Weighing the pros and cons of solar roofs from an environmental and safety perspective.

March 7, 2016

Making temporary housing safer

Sometimes you look at a problem or challenge and say to yourself, “Sure, that’s an easy fix.”