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B&W and ARCO requested coverage from their insurers, American Nuclear Insurers and Mutual Atomic Energy Liability Underwriters (collectively, the "insurers").
In the past two years, some 2, 100 new plaintiffs have alleged some bodily injury or emotional distress and another 700 plaintiffs have claimed loss of consortium, according to the ANI (American Nuclear Insurers).
"The political planets are in the best alignment that they have ever been," said Michael Cass, general counsel for the American Nuclear Insurers, a joint underwriting association of U.S.
The only insurance pool now writing nuclear liability policies for this first level of coverage is American Nuclear Insurers. If offsite liability claims exceed $375 million, each entity holding a nuclear power plant license is assessed a prorated share of any excess amount up to $111.9 million per reactor.
automobile policies and homeowners policies exclude coverage for nuclear accidents, because American Nuclear Insurers, Glastonbury, Conn., runs a special program that provides a total of about $13 billion in protection against property-casualty damage caused by nuclear accidents.
US communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE: T) announced on Thursday (31 July) that the company has been awarded a data services contract by American Nuclear Insurers (ANI), a joint underwriting association that provides liability insurance for nuclear facilities throughout the US.
Licensees obtain their primary insurance through American Nuclear Insurers. Licensees also sign an agreement with NRC to keep the insurance in effect.
11, 2001, both American Nuclear Insurers, a joint underwriting association which provides liability coverage for all of the nuclear plants in the United States, and Nuclear Electric Insurance Ltd., a mutual company which provides property coverage for the industry, were forced to limit their coverage after the terrorist attacks.
In the late 1950s, the major casualty insurers in the United States formed two pooling arrangements, the Nuclear Energy Liability Insurance Association (NELIA), known today as American Nuclear Insurers (ANI), and the Mutual Atomic Energy Liability Underwriters (MAELU), to provide a specialized form of nuclear energy liability insurance.
Richard Schmalz of the American Nuclear Insurers told Congress that without a one-time absolute cap there could be "a total or near-total collapse of the private insurance market.' The Atomic Industrial Forum, an industry group, says the utilities are unable to acquire more public-liability insurance.
Another group asking for help was the American Nuclear Insurers and Mutual Atomic Energy Liability Underwriters Their representative, Joseph Marrone, asked that nuclear insurers be exempted from Reg.
"You're beginning to see a renaissance in this industry," says John Quattrocchi, who today is senior vice president for underwriting of American Nuclear Insurers, a 36-year veteran of a near 50-year-old joint underwriting association.
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