Claims Reporting: Better Late than Never?

A common in the claim process is the late reporting of claims.
There are many reasons for missing a reporting deadline; however, in most cases, they will not matter. We have seen the courts stand behind the strict reporting requirements of the insurance policy. The policy is a binding contract between the two parties, and the provisions are usually very clear. We have yet to see a “sympathy clause” in an insurance policy.

Claim Reporting Requirements

An insurance policy is not tested until there is a claim made against it. Most policies are straightforward regarding the acts or events that are covered. Insurance policies also spell out the proper way to submit a claim to the insurer. Within the reporting requirements, you’ll often see time requirements, as well as a list of the information that must be included, that establish sufficient notice of claim or loss.Read More »Claims Reporting: Better Late than Never?

Difference Between General and Professional Liability

The terms general and professional liability insurance are often confused. General liability helps cover the costs of damages and lawsuits if your business is held responsible for things like property damage, bodily injury, libel, and slander against another. Professional liability helps cover the costs related to claims your business committed errors or omissions in the advice or services it provided. It’s more important than… Read More »Difference Between General and Professional Liability

Product Recall Insurance for Manufacturers, Importers, Wholesalers

Licensed attorney and insurance broker Diana Motseniat talks about the product recall insurance. We offer Product Recall coverage in multiple states of the USA. To get a quote complete this application: Learn more about Product Recall: [tvideo type=”youtube” clip_id=”5LTC5UdYQe0″]