Privacy Protection Claims Scenarios

Privacy Protection Claims Scenarios

The following are some privacy protection claims scenarios from RLI. RLI’s privacy protection (cyber insurance) policy is available through PDI. Contact Us for more information. Privacy Protection Claims Scenarios Are you protected? The technology risks that...
Professional Liability Insurance for General Contractors

Professional Liability Insurance for General Contractors

We get asked a lot of questions about design insurance for General Contractors and why they might need professional liability coverage. Below are some frequently asked questions about general contractors and professional liability.   The General Contractor has...
Adequate Liability Limits

Adequate Liability Limits

We recently came across a good article from Barbara Sable, the AVP Underwriting at RLI, on how to determine if your limits are adequate. In the article she discusses several things to keep in mind: The state the claim occurs in can have a major impact The type of...
Attorney’s Fees’ Clauses in Professional Service Contracts

Attorney’s Fees’ Clauses in Professional Service Contracts

In the world of claims-related contract clauses for design professional agreements, the indemnity and defense clauses get all the attention.  However, lurking in the shadow of the indemnity clause is a menacing cousin with potentially even greater and more frequent...
Insurance Protection for Business Overseas

Insurance Protection for Business Overseas

You’re probably more familiar with the terms Professional Liability or Errors and Omissions (E&O), but if you have clients who do business overseas, Professional Indemnity is a term you should probably familiarize yourself with. Depending on the...
Insuring Design-Build Risks

Insuring Design-Build Risks

Insuring design-build accounts entails understanding factors that are somewhat unique in the realm of insurance. Here’s an article from IRMI that does a good job of explaining some of the basic issues, namely:  1.) Risk Transfer is not enough – no one...