Errors & omissions insurance
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.
An ACORD certificate of liability insurance is a document that provides a summary of your business insurance policy and proves you have liability insurance coverage.
Even if you’ve done nothing wrong, someone can still sue your IT business. Learn how to prepare for this possibility.
Clients might ask to see your errors and omissions insurance certificate, a document that serves as proof of insurance. You can access this certificate as soon as you buy an E&O policy, also called professional liability insurance.
A duty to defend clause in your liability policy means your insurance company must work out the details of your legal defense.
The term “contract negligence” covers breach of contract and professional negligence, two related but different legal issues. Both of these can lead to lawsuits for tech companies.
Online businesses face numerous risks that could lead to severe financial losses. These three online business liability insurance policies can help protect your company.