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Inland Marine Insurers Say Labor Shortage Raises Risks of Construction, Water Damage

Dustin Jones, marine manager, and Kevin Furlow, construction risk engineer, XL Catlin, said water damage to construction sites has become worse, partly driven by problems with attracting and retaining the best construction help.

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