Using Insurance As A Critical Risk Management ToolMany business leaders assume insurance is merely a fallback or plan B. However, used wisely, insurance is a risk management tool that sets successful companies apart. Here’s how. September 28 • Claims
It’s often tough to make sense of a commercial insurance claim, with its deductibles, limits, and confusing language. In the first post of our 4-part series, let’s set the record straight.
Filing a commercial insurance claim can seem intimidating. After all, many of us have only dealt with personal auto claims. Still, as a leader, it’s necessary to understand the business insurance claims process. We have the inside scoop.
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This is the third installment in Founder Shield’s VC-Focused series and explains venture capital insurance claims VCs might face from their investors. If you’d like to learn more about the basics of what these insurance policies do and don’t cover, check out our intro post as well as our post about regulatory investigations.
D&O Insurance is one of the most important types of insurance for startups. You’ll undoubtedly see it on the term sheet of the vast majority of institutional investors because it’s a big risk exposure for both you (the founder) personally and your investors.