Do everyday decisions we make create risk for employment practices liability claims?
Can simple decisions about hiring, firing, promotions, raises, and duties lead to claims by employees or government regulators?
What is the impact of wrongful employment practices claims? Can employment practices claims disrupt business? Hurt morale? Damage our reputation? Damage us financially?
Could the right insurance coverage help protect and prepare my business in case of Employment Practices Liability claims?
What does Fiduciary mean, and how does it affect me? Am I a Fiduciary? What are the responsibilities and liabilities if I am a Fiduciary?
Do I manage a health plan, retirement plan, or plan expenses; do I select plan advisors or investments? Does that make me a fiduciary?
If plan advisors make bad decisions, could the company be sued? Could I be sued personally?
Could the right insurance coverage help protect and prepare my business in case of Fiduciary Liability claims?
For Directors and Officers, is there really a clear line between business and personal assets? Or, in a Directors and Officers Liability claim, could personal assets be at risk?
Are claims against Directors and Officers limited to large multinational corporations, or are even smaller businesses affected?
Could claims against Directors and Officers come from vendors, customers, employees, competitors, or government regulators?
What happens if the business can't reimburse Directors and Officers for these costs?
Is my business at risk from fraud or theft? How serious a problem is crime for businesses? Where do these risks come from? Online or offline? Domestic or abroad?
Could fraud be going on now, undiscovered, inside my business? Do most of these threats come from outside my business or could they come from within?
Is there more than money at risk? Employees, clients' trust, our business reputation, our business' future?
Could the right insurance coverage help protect and prepare my business in case of thefts, fund transfer fraud, or forgery?