Pivoting? You should probably call your insurance broker

September 13, 2017By Benjamin ZeitzCase Studies, Directors & Officers, Errors & Omissions Insurance, General Liability No Comments

It’s been a tough year for retail. Just ask J.C. Penny, Macy’s or Target. As e-commerce continues to overtake retail (thanks Amazon), traditional retailers need to employ different strategies to satisfy customers. In other words, it’s time to start pivoting. Startups are all too familiar with pivoting, and many startups do so at least once. Sounds … Read More

Excess Insurance, Umbrella Policies and Why Your Business Needs Them

February 9, 2017By Isaac BockCyber Liability, Directors & Officers, Errors & Omissions Insurance, General Liability No Comments

Getting basic business insurance is obvious.  Getting umbrella or excess insurance is not. So you’ve done the right thing by getting your company an insurance policy. You feel comfortable with the plan you purchased; limits, pricing and terms are all on point and you think everything is squared away, but for some reason, you have a … Read More

The Top 5 Business Insurance Requirements from Landlords, Clients, and Investors

January 19, 2017By Brendan O'ConnorCyber Liability, Errors & Omissions Insurance, General Liability, Insurance Pro Tips, Property Insurance No Comments

Dealing with Business Insurance Requirements from Landlords, Clients, and Investors We see all kinds of business insurance requirements (and coverage change requests) from our clients’ landlords, clients, investors, business partners, and more.  These requests are processed by creating an “endorsement” on the policy that puts the change into effect.  From a location change to adding a … Read More

Business Insurance Package Policies & How They Benefit Startups

December 21, 2016By Brendan O'ConnorCyber Liability, Directors & Officers, Employment Practices Liability, Errors & Omissions Insurance, General Liability, Property Insurance, Risk Management Tips No Comments

Choosing commercial insurance can be daunting.  You want your company to be properly protected, but you don’t want to break the bank. Luckily, that’s why business insurance package policies exist! Insurance carriers often pair multiple coverage types together, keeping the cost lower than purchasing them separately, but still giving your company the protection that it … Read More

Insurance for Bitcoin Companies

November 21, 2016By Carl NiedbalaCyber Liability, Errors & Omissions Insurance, General Liability No Comments

The Space Bitcoin use has been exploding lately, with recent (September 2013) numbers suggesting that over 66,000 bitcoin transactions occur each day!  More and more e-commerce platforms and vendors accept Bitcoin as payment each day to the point where the market cap is currently $1.6B and only expected to grow. Needless to say, the bitcoin … Read More

Pokemon Go, Harry Potter, & Augmented Reality Insurance Risks

August 2, 2016By Disha PatelCyber Liability, Featured, Founder Shield, General Liability, Insurance Pro Tips, News, Property Insurance, Risk Management Tips No Comments

  Are you one of the 30 million worldwide users who has downloaded Pokemon Go in the last few weeks? It’s likely, since the app has been downloaded more times in its short existence than Tinder has over the past four years. Regardless of whether you run around chasing Pokemon in your day-to-day, chances are … Read More

Product Liability, Contamination and Product Recall Insurance

July 27, 2016By Disha PatelFeatured, Founder Shield, General Liability, Insurance Pro Tips, News, Product Liability, Risk Management Tips No Comments

  Lately it seems like everything from children’s toys to food products are being recalled. Product recall is defined as “insurance coverage for the cost of getting a defective product back under the control of the manufacturer or merchandiser that would be responsible for possible bodily injury (BI) or property damage (PD) from its continued … Read More