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What is Employment Practices Liability Insurance and how does it work?

 Legal expenses can burn a deep hole in an organization’s pockets. With the surge in the number of lawsuits filed by employees (current, previous, and potential) against companies, additional coverage is necessary to prevent cash outflows. Employment Practices Liability Insurance or EPLI provides coverage to companies against such employment-related claims. This includes claims made for: […]

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What drives the cost of a D&O policy?

A Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Policy cover the legal cost faced by the directors and officers of an organization. The cost of a D&O policy protects them if they face a lawsuit because of any error committed by them. The policy also pays any settlements payable to third parties as compensation for the errors […]

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How to File a D&O Insurance Claim

Directors and officers (D&O) insurance is a type of liability insurance that covers directors and officers for legal cases made against them. The policy covers the errors and omissions resulting from managerial decisions that can have adverse financial consequences. It also provides coverage for the legal fees and other costs the organization may have to […]

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Here’s How You Can Protect Your Company’s Biggest Assets

An organization no matter how small or big runs well because of its employees but can grow mainly because of the critical decisions made by the senior managers and directors. Being at the top of the employment hierarchy, the directors are indeed its most significant assets. Depending on the key responsibilities they handle, they are […]

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Do non-profit organizations need D&O liability insurance?

Manufacturers buy liability insurance to safeguard against the risk of legal action in case their products harm someone. Similarly, business owners purchase liability insurance to protect themselves from lawsuits owing to accidental harm caused to their employees. Similarly, directors on a company’s board or other senior officers, who shoulder significant responsibilities, also need protection. Any […]

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