Lawsuits, even frivolous lawsuits, can cost your business valuable time and money.
A certificate of liability insurance is a document that proves your company has liability coverage. Your insurer issues you this certificate with your insurance policy – and you can also download a copy online whenever you need it.
With the gig economy in full swing, working as an independent contractor can be an attractive option for IT professionals. But the rewards of being your own boss also come with risks. That’s why you should consider errors and omissions insurance for independent contractors.
A business owner’s policy (BOP) combines general liability insurance with commercial property insurance, often at a discount. It covers broken or stolen laptops and other equipment, client lawsuits, and more.
Commercial auto insurance covers the cost of accidents involving vehicles owned by your tech company. It can help pay for vehicle repairs, medical expenses, lawsuits, and costs not covered by uninsured motorists.
Commercial property insurance covers a tech company's building and its contents. That includes furnishings, fixtures, computers, and other equipment and inventory.
Directors and officers insurance covers the legal costs when your business’s board members, directors, or officers are sued over decisions they made on behalf of your company.
Errors and omissions insurance covers the cost of legal expenses when a client sues over the quality of a tech professional's work. It can help pay attorney’s fees, judgments, settlements, and other costs.