U.S. E & O Brokers Blog: d and o insurance
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Wednesday, April 22, 2020When handling clients, employees, contracts, personal information and finances, insurance agencies face a great deal of liability risk. Those perhaps the most at risk are the directors and officers advising the business. Directors and officers insurance covers claims against certain supervisors of the business. READ MORE >>
Monday, January 13, 2020Insurance agencies offer a variety of coverages, but they need just as much insurance to protect themselves—sometimes more. Insurance agents face a lot of risk by the nature of the job. Handling sensitive information, speaking with clients, providing advice and billing are all activities an insurance agent may do in a given day that could cause an issue down the road. READ MORE >>
Monday, July 15, 2019Running an insurance agency has a high margin of risk attached. Mistakes within the agency might lead to harm to others, even unintentionally. If you are the agency leader, then as the public face of the agency, your own security might come under threat in cases of liability lawsuits and related occurrences. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, April 9, 2019You must sell policies to your insurance clients. Therefore, it is natural that they will come to you with questions. Sometimes, they might want to know about the benefits of certain policies. If they ask about directors & officers insurance (D&O coverage), what should you tell them? READ MORE >>
Friday, July 20, 2018Why do Insurance Professionals, Real Estate Professionals or other Company Owners need D & O Coverage? I have E & O, so why would I want D & O? My licensed services mistakes will be covered under my Professional Liability Policy. READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 11, 2018Every business likely has a hierarchy, and your insurance agency is no exception. Those at the top are usually responsible for big decisions that impact the business. However, with that power also comes a degree of responsibility and oversight. Most officers have to see that a business functions properly. READ MORE >>