Protection which provides benefits to employees for any injury or contracted disease arising out of and in the course of employment. All states have laws which require such protection for workers and prescribe the length and amount of such benefits provided.
A class of insurance policies that indemnifies the insured for third-party liability claims due to negligence in the performance of professional services. Professionals include doctors, lawyers, engineers, insurance agents and others.
Commercial General Liability
The commercial general liability policy provides comprehensive general liability coverage for commercial risks covering all liability exposures for all locations and causes of loss except those specifically excluded or limited either within the coverage form or by endorsement. Protection may be provided on either an occurrence type of policy or on a claims-made basis.
Coverage designed to provide a “standard” form for insuring commercial vehicles (other than private passenger cars).
Umbrella/ Excess Liability
A form of liability insurance protecting policyholders for claims in excess of the limits of their primary automobile, general liability and workers compensation policies, and for some (few) claims excluded by their primary policies which are subject to a deductible, which may range from $250 for a personal umbrella to a minimum of $10,000 for a commercial umbrella.
“First-party” insurance of real and personal property against physical loss or damage, not to be confused with property damage liability insurance. Contact us
The insurance of property (generally on an “all-risk” basis) that is in the course of transportation or is of such a nature that it may easily be transported. Also includes some risks at fixed locations considered “instruments of transportation or communication,” such as bridges, tunnels, neon signs, and street clocks, etc., which were accepted as inland marine by custom.
Errors & Omissions
Obligatory reinsurance treaties contain a provision to clarify that because of the nature of the treaty, should an error or omission occur in the process of recording or describing of the ceded risk, and if the risk is otherwise covered by the treaty, the reinsurer will still respond despite the error or omission.
Directors & Officers
Protects officers and directors of a corporation against damages from claims resulting from negligent or wrongful acts in the course of their duties. Also covers the corporation (and even the officers and directors in some cases) for expenses incurred in defending lawsuits arising from alleged wrongful acts of officers or directors. These policies always require the insured to retain part of the risk uninsured.
Insurance designed to provide protection for the liability exposures that may result from damage, injury and, in some cases, clean-up costs caused by pollution. This coverage is excluded in the standard CGL, and the attempt has been to make the CGL exclusion as broad or absolute as possible.
The active identification, evaluation and management of all of the potential hazards and exposures to loss a risk may experience. The handling of those exposures is not limited to insurance options, but includes a variety of methods such as alternative financing, retention, reduction, elimination, transfer, and/or any combination of methods.