Protects your company against damages from specific electronic activities
Protects your company against specific money theft crimes
Protects corporate directors and officers’ personal assets if they are sued
Provides healthcare, vision & dental, retirement plans, and life insurance
Protects companies against employment-related lawsuits
Protects companies against lawsuits of inferior work or service
Protects from legal liability relating to employee benefit plan sponsorship
Protects companies against basic business risks.
Reimburses companies for direct property losses
Covers employees if they are injured on the job and can no longer work
Covers damages sustained when employees use personal vehicles for business purposes.
Covers legal fees for companies facing infringement claims
Protects businesses and investors if an essential member of your team passes away.
Protects against legal liabilities arising from drivers making deliveries
A suite of policies to protect a company and its directors and officers
Protects against claims alleging your product or service caused injury or damage
Protects against the ever-growing risk of post-acquisition litigation
Protects against property loss or damage when it’s in transit or stored offsite
Extends other insurance policies to offer excess coverage where your business needs it
Covers lawsuits alleging management or investment advisory service failures
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Our extensive guide to the VC funding process from Series A right up to IPO
We’ve analyzed our policy database to help high-growth companies benchmark their current D&O policy.
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With new products, team members, goals, and expectations, your daily operations are undoubtedly going to change. What should founders expect?
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Series B shifts your business’s goals to a laser-focused vision of strategy. Your risk management approach must change to keep pace with your company’s new momentum.