Find business advice from experts, learn about insurance requirements, and explore other helpful resources tailored for tech businesses.
When you own a small IT business, your focus is usually on your work and on your clients. However, it's worth taking time to consider what kind of legal structure you need and whether your needs will change as your business grows.
Even if you’ve done nothing wrong, someone can still sue your IT business. Learn how to prepare for this possibility.
Independent contractors in IT share the same risks as small tech companies, so they likely need many of the same insurance policies.
Technology errors and omissions insurance (tech E&O) protects your business against accusations of professional negligence, mistakes, and oversights. It also protects against data breaches that affect your business or a client.
IT businesses accused of making professional mistakes or failing to complete work can be sued in an errors and omissions lawsuit. Disclaimers and insurance coverage can help reduce your risks.
Technology businesses accused of negligence may need to file an errors and omissions insurance (E&O) claim. Learn how this process works, what coverage usually includes, and what your policy might exclude.
Commercial auto insurance provides coverage for your tech business’s company cars, but there’s much more to this insurance policy. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about this often necessary policy.
Most states require workers’ compensation for tech businesses that have employees. Learn what this policy covers, when it's required, and other answers to frequently asked questions.
An additional insured is a business, individual, or other entity included in a general liability policy in addition to the named insured. Additional insureds are typically covered only during a loss claim that directly affects them.