Property and liability exposures are expanding far beyond anyone’s expectations. Seven figure jury verdicts have become commonplace and continue to rise. Whether it’s bodily injury, some other type of unintentional accident or advertising injury, the exposures are vast. That is why no business can safely operate without liability insurance
The best way to protect against loss is to minimize your exposure to third-party claims, and have adequate insurance incase they do occur. Our data-driven approach uses financial modeling to determine your risk tolerance, and analytics that guide program design and coverage decisions. You will have a complete and cost-effective plan that helps protect your business and allows you to focus on your goals — not your insurance.
It’s not uncommon for businesses to be unexpectedly confronted by employee complaints about occupational health. Such complaints may involve exposure to chemical vapor or dust, a problem with a paint system, noise, a laser cutting table and many other seemingly complex issues. Employers are required to recognize and control occupational health hazards in the same manner as they do safety hazards.
June Threat Intelligence highlights include a major ransomware operation that cashes out, a third-party breach that impacts 12 million patients, ramped-up cyber attacks in the U.S., and much more.
The financial consequences of being sued can be very serious for high-net-worth individuals and families who have more assets at risk. We recommend liability umbrella coverage for typical families with assets over $300,000. Because high-net-worth individuals often face complicated liabilities and have a lot to lose, they should have an in-depth conversation with their agents about what limit would be best for their needs.
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