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Exclusive Insurisk Active Assailant

Exclusive Insurisk Active Assailant

Active assailants continue to threaten businesses, houses of worship, schools and public events across the United States. Reported instances of workplace violence, ranging from threats to physical assaults and homicides, impact nearly 2 million Americans each year.

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Cyber Insurance: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Cyber Insurance: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

There is no one perfect insurance policy for all clients, but retail agents can help their insureds find appropriate coverage forms by focusing on the exposure. This is especially true of cyber liability insurance.

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Socially Unacceptable: Social Engineering Crimes Changing Cyber Coverage

Socially Unacceptable: Social Engineering Crimes Changing Cyber Coverage

In an increasingly connected world, many cyber insurers are reporting a significant increase in social engineering claims — particularly at organizations involved in real estate and other financial services. That means retail agents and their insureds can expect to see some changes in the marketplace. As social engineering scams increase, some insurers are reducing cybercrime limits, raising premiums for cybercrime coverage, requiring policyholders to take risk mitigation steps or withdrawing from covering cybercrime altogether.

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Blindsided: Website Accessibility Suits Hitting Businesses

Blindsided: Website Accessibility Suits Hitting Businesses

Businesses in many industries are becoming targets in a wave of liability litigation. Since 2017, courts have considered more than 3,000 lawsuits around the country alleging that defendants’ websites violate the accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and other civil rights laws. Many businesses facing such suits have been unaware that their websites prevent individuals with disabilities from accessing all of their sites’ features, such as job applications or lists of physical locations, as in the case of retail stores or restaurants.

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Do Contractors Have the Coverage They Think They Do?

Do Contractors Have the Coverage They Think They Do?

Do-overs can be good after making a mistake, but for construction contractors, there are a lot of downsides to redoing work. “Ripping and tearing out” construction materials after identifying an error can be costly, delay the completion of a project and damage the contractor’s business relationships. Even worse is the unpleasant discovery that such rework may not be covered by the contractor’s professional liability policy.

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