Insurance solutions that meet the special needs of IT companies.
Whether you own your free standing building, lease an office or work at home, Commercial Property insurance protects your business' physical assets such as the building, its contents and any outdoor fixtures.
No matter your industry, if you want to cover risks which affect almost any business, you need General Liability insurance. It’s the most common insurance for small businesses and self-employed professionals.
How would you keep your business afloat if you were forced to temporarily close? Business income (interruption) coverage can help replace income during the period of restoration.
Professional Liability insurance (E&O) provides protection from unexpected expenses if you’re accused of a professional mistake. It also protects your business against civil lawsuits and negligence claims.
A Commercial Umbrella policy adds an additional layer of protection to help safeguard your assets in the event you’re faced with the catastrophic impact of a large claim or lawsuit.
Most states require you to purchase Workers’ Comp coverage in the event you or a worker experiences a workplace injury. It can help cover expenses for medical treatment, lost wages, and other costs.
If you or your employees are involved in an accident, Commercial Auto insurance will protect your business from unexpected expenses, no matter whether you’re driving a single work truck or a small fleet of delivery vehicles.
Large or small, every business runs on technology, which means you face cyber risks. Cyber Liability insurance provides your business with coverages to help protect you from data breaches and other cyber security issues.
U.S. domestic insurance policies generally don’t cover overseas events, but it's a key ingredient if you have foreign sales, imports or exports, sell products over the internet, and have employees who travel outside the U.S. on business.
Directors and Officers (D&O) liability insurance is insurance coverage intended to protect individuals from personal losses if they are sued as a result of serving as a director or an officer of a business or organization.
EPLI covers businesses against claims by workers that their legal rights as employees of the company have been violated. These claims impact all sizes of organizations and your company is not immune to such lawsuits.
Fiduciary liability insurance protects your company against fiduciary mismanagement. Essentially, the policy protects parties against liability for managing or administering employee benefits plans.
Technology Errors & Omissions policies are designed to protect you from risks unique to your environment. A typical tech E&O policy covers legal fees, court costs, court fees, settlement payments, and legal judgments.