Consider this common scenario: Big Shopping Mall owns the local shopping development and leases stores to multiple tenants, including the Popular Chain Restaurant. An employee of the Popular Chain Restaurant, Bob Suzealot, ...more
In This Issue:
- Is That Covered? Timely Reporting of Food Claims
- Business Interruption Coverage for Food Recall Claims
- Excerpt from Is That Covered? Timely Reporting of Food Claims -
Most insurance coverage is aimed at accidental losses. Policyholders are generally on their own when it comes to economic losses. One important exception to this rule is coverage for business interruption losses. When...more
An effective insurance program is vital for every business. But how much coverage do you need? Are there holes in your coverage? How can you save money on insurance premiums?
An insurance audit or review can answer...more
Does your business client have the right amount of liability insurance coverage? What is a co-insurance penalty? Is your client covered for a product recall? What is cyber liability coverage and should your client have it?...more
Insurance Premiums represent the third or fourth highest business expenses for most food manufacturers and distributors. But, even with all of those premium expenses, many food producers and distributors find that their food...more
Let's say that you are having a Holiday party (with alcohol served) at your home, or you are a business owner and have a voluntary "company" party for your employees. If someone becomes "visibly intoxicated" at your party,...more
Policyholders often ask, “How long should I keep my insurance policies?” Is it three years? Seven years? The short answer is none of the above. Here are some brief recommendations regarding document retention for insurance...more
Here's an often asked question: "How long should I keep my insurance policies?" Is it three years? Seven Years?
The short answer is none of the above.
Here are my recommendations...more
Let's say that you or your client is sued for breach of contract and negligence. You send the suit papers to the general liability insurer and it agrees to defend the claim, but under a "reservation of rights." The basis of...more