Business Management Liability
Management Liability Insurance covers a range of exposures faced by directors, officers, managers, and business entities that arise from governance, finance, benefits, and management activities (also called “executive liability insurance”).
These coverages may be written as stand-alone insurance policies or combined into a single, “package” policy. Management liability policy “package” policies usually contain a set of common conditions applying to all of the coverage lines purchased. In most cases, an insured must select a minimum of two types of coverage to be eligible to purchase a management liability “package” policy. This arrangement can offer meaningful premium discounts because much of the same data is needed to underwrite your insurance.
Directors and Officers
Designed to protect the directors and officers of your organization from damages and defense costs due to civil claims, claims of negligence, and of errors and/or omissions.
There has always been potential liability for various officers of an organization as well as other persons acting in some capacity relating to an employer’s pension, savings, profit-sharing, employee benefit, and health and welfare plans. Specifically, those persons employed by organizations to design and administer such pension and employee benefit plans, including the management of the assets and liabilities of the plans, are liable to the plan beneficiaries for any breach of these fiduciary duties.
Provides coverage for defense costs and awards for liability arising from improper professional practices and errors and omissions in the conduct of business activities.
A type of insurance designed to cover consumers of technology services or products. More specifically, the policies are intended to cover a variety of both liability and property losses that may result when a business engages in various electronic activities, such as selling on the Internet or collecting data within its internal electronic network.
In addition, the policies cover liability arising from website media content, as well as property exposures from: (a) business interruption, (b) data loss/destruction, (c) computer fraud, (d) funds transfer loss, and (e) cyber extortion.
Cyber and privacy insurance is often confused with technology errors and omissions (tech E&O) insurance. In contrast to cyber and privacy insurance, tech E&O coverage is intended to protect providers of technology products and services, such as computer software and hardware manufacturers, website designers, and firms that store corporate data on an off-site basis. Nevertheless, tech E&O insurance policies do contain a number of the same insuring agreements as cyber and privacy policies.
Employment Practices Liability
Provides coverage for defense costs and liability arising from allegations of improper employment practices, sexual harassment, and discrimination.