Policies & Procedures

Tenant Insurance

Tenants are required to maintain, at all times, a policy of insurance insuring the tenant against all liability for injury to or death of persons and for damage to or destruction of property with use occupancy of the leased premises. For required insurance amounts, refer to your office lease agreement or contact the Management Office. The tenant must maintain, at all times, insurance covering full liability under applicable Workers Compensation Laws at required statutory limits.

The tenant should deliver duly authorized certificates of insurance to the Management Office prior to occupying any part of the leased premises. The Building Owner and Building Manager must be named on the insurance certificate without restriction under the liability policies. The tenant is responsible for providing satisfactory evidence of renewal at least 30 days prior to expiration of the respective insurance policies. Please refer to your lease for specific insurance requirements. All Certificates of Insurance must include the following Additional Insured wording:

"TIAA of America for the benefit of its Real Estate Account and Cushman & Wakefield of Texas, Inc., as Manager with respect to the lease agreement located at 5400, 5420, 5430 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75240, Waiver of Subrogation"

A sample Tenant Certificate of Insurance can be found on our Forms page.