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Thinking of a Cybersecurity Insurance Policy? Pay Attention to the Details
Posted on: Nov 14, 2017

Companies seeking to protect themselves with cybersecurity insurance must take particular care when applying for their policies. An ongoing case in a California Federal District Court between Columbia Casualty Corporation and Cottage Health System illustrates the importance of paying attention to the fine print in the policy’s application.

Brown Recluse Spider Infestations: Scary, Problematic and Costly, But Likely Covered By Insurance
Posted on: Oct 31, 2017

As Halloween approaches, we’re reminded of all things creepy: ghosts, ghouls, goblins, and of course SPIDERS. However, unlike the former that live in the imagination of children, spiders are real. Not only are they real, certain types—like the Brown Recluse Spider—can wreak havoc on you.

Searching for Insurance Coverage for Auto Accidents? Check the Employer’s Auto Policy
Posted on: Oct 11, 2017

The first step in recovering insurance proceeds is finding the relevant insurance policies. This can be an easy task at times: when a storm damages your home you look to your homeowner’s policy; when you are involved in a car accident you look to your auto policy and the other driver’s auto policy.

After the Storm: Insurance Agents E&O Lessons Learned
Posted on: Sep 28, 2017

More often than not, a second wave of claims against insurance agents by their clients follows a natural disaster.

Contingent Business Interruption Coverage: Insuring the Far-Reaching Effects of Tropical Storm Harvey
Posted on: Sep 14, 2017

Tropical Storm Harvey has forced manufacturers and producers across Southeastern Texas to shut down operations while repairing their damaged facilities. These companies will turn to their business interruption carriers to recoup their business income lost during this period. However, for companies doing business in that region, but physically located outside the reach of Harvey, business interruption coverage may not protect them from lost profits caused by the storm.

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