"Dispute Resolution" means a procedure or forum for resolving legal disputes, which can include a lawsuit, arbitration or similar, sometimes governed by contract. "Alternative" dispute resolution refers to efforts to...
Dental Indemnity Plan may refer to a type of insurance plan that provides coverage for dental services. In a dental indemnity plan, the insurance company pays the dentist directly for...
Digital Data Recovery, also referred to as digital forensics, is the process of recovering data from computer systems, storage media, and other digital devices. The main purpose of this process...
Digital Data Recovery is the process of salvaging inaccessible, lost, corrupt, damaged, or formatted data from secondary storage, removable media or files, when the data stored cannot be accessed in...
DDoS Prevent may refer to a range of measures taken to protect a computer system from the effects of a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. A DDoS attack is...
Data Breach is a term that may refer to the intentional or unintentional release of secure or private/confidential information to an untrusted environment. A data breach is a security incident...
D&O Tail Insurance, also known as Extended Reporting Period, is a type of insurance coverage that may refer to a form of Directors and Officers (D&O) liability protection. It provides...
Defense Costs, as it applies to Directors and Officers (D&O) insurance, may refer to the expenses incurred by an insured (e.g. a director or officer of a company) in order...
A Deductible is a term that may refer to the amount of money a policyholder must pay out of pocket before their insurance coverage kicks in. The deductible is an...
Drop Down Coverage is a type of insurance policy that provides protection for directors and officers of an organization in the event of a negligent act or omission. The coverage...
The discovery rule, in the realm of commercial insurance, refers to a legal principle that determines the timeframe within which an insured party must discover and report an occurrence or...
Deferred acquisition cost (DAC) is the upfront expenses incurred by an insurance company during the acquisition of new insurance business. These costs include commissions, fees, and other administrative expenses associated...
Defamation, in the context of commercial insurance, refers to the act of making false statements or spreading damaging information about a person or entity that harms their reputation. It is...
A domestic insurer is a type of insurance company that is licensed and operates within a specific state. The term refers to an insurance company that is domiciled in the...
Damage to premises rented to you is a type of insurance coverage included in commercial general liability insurance. The term refers to liability protection for damage to a rented commercial...
Dividend options, a term frequently used in the context of insurance, particularly in relation to participating life insurance policies, refer to the various choices available to policyholders for receiving and...
A declaration of insurance is a document that outlines the key terms and conditions of an insurance policy, including who is insured and coverage type. Also known as the "declaration...