Lawsuits, even frivolous lawsuits, can cost your business valuable time and money.
A duty to defend clause in your liability policy means your insurance company must work out the details of your legal defense.
This policy can pay for operating expenses and lost revenue when a fire or other incident covered by your commercial property insurance forces your business to close.
Hired and non-owned auto insurance (HNOA) can help cover the cost of a lawsuit if you or an employee are involved in an accident while driving a personal, rented, or leased vehicle for business purposes.
Data breach insurance can refer to several different policies that protect a company from financial losses as a result of a data breach. These policies include data breach insurance, cyber liability insurance, and technology errors and omissions insurance (tech E&O).