Every day we answer questions about Longshoreman Insurance and marine coverages like, "What is USLH or Longshoreman Insurance?" " What is Jones Act Insurance" "What is the difference between Jones Act and Longshoreman Insurance?" "Is it not all the same?"
Longshoreman Insurance is a required insurance coverage for many contractors and workers that work in and around a body of water. The Longshore and Harbor Worker's Compensation Act (LHWCA) was passed by Congress in 1927 and protects over 678,000 workers who may be injured or have an employment-related injury or occupational disease on navigable waters of the United States of America, or in adjoining areas. Longshoreman Insurance is the federal type of workers compensation insurance. It is usually more expensive due to the nature of the work. Contractors and Staffing Agencies should not release a legal binding bid without first checking our how much Longshoreman Insurance and other marine insurance coverages such as Marine Employers Liability, Marine General Liability and Jones Act Insurance (among other potential coverages) will cost you.
An authoritative link to information concerning USL&H or Longshoreman Insurance and as to whether or not your business will need USL&H Insurance is to be found at the US Department of Labor located here:
The Department of Labor allows very few exclusions to the requirement:
The LHWCA also excludes the following individuals if they are covered by a state workers' compensation law:
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Most companies have experienced or have been through an audit of their State Act Worker's Compensation or USL&H insurance.
Usually, companies end up paying more after the audit.
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Originally formed in 1980, we are dedicated to providing the time necessary to help our clients, in analyzing, understanding, their marine risk's and exposures individually. Our capabilities enable us to handle any risk, despite size or complexity, while retaining that personal touch that is so essential to the insurance industry.
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Do I really need Longshoreman Insurance if I am a bookkeeper? What about an artisan contractor replacing tile in a cruise ship bathroom? A roofer fixing a roof on a marina storage building? For answers to these questions see our FAQ link above.
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12. Oil Pollution Liability Act
13. Marine Builders Risk 14. Shipyards
15. Docks and Piers
16. Marine Contractors Package
17. Marine Concessionaires
18. Charter Excursion Casinos
19. Protection & Indemnity
USL&H -Longshoreman's Insurance -What is it? What is the Longshore and Harbor Workers Act?
1. Longshoreman Insurance (USL&H)
2. Jones Act Coverage (The Merchant Marine Act)
3. Marine Employers Liability (MEL)
4. State Act Workers Compensation
7. DBA (Defense Base Act)
8. Marine General Liability
9. Umbrellas / Bumbershoots
10. Boat Dealers Package
11. Loss of Hire (Business Income)