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Corporate Directors and Officers: What to Do When Facing A Claim For Violation Of Powers & Duties

Wed Aug 17th, 2022 on     Insurance Law,    

If you are a director or officer of a corporation, you already know that your position gives you power, but it is not unfettered. There are duties and obligations that you must comply with as well. All too often, even when you follow through with those responsibilities, you may be accused of misconduct by any number of people, including shareholders, customers, vendors, suppliers, employees, and creditors. When this happens, you need counsel from the Miami […]

Own a Business? Consider the 8 Following Types of Insurance

Fri Jul 29th, 2022 on     Insurance Claims,    

If you are a business owner, manager or officer in a large company, you already know that there are a lot of moving parts to any successful enterprise. You also understand the importance of protecting yourself and your business in case the unexpected occurs. While the exact types of insurance you need to fully insulate yourself and your company vary from business to business, there are several types that crop up more often than others. […]

What You Need To Know About Your Professional E&O Insurance Policy

Fri Apr 29th, 2022 on     Professional Errors and Omissions Insurance,    

Even the most careful and conscientious professionals will, at some point in their career, have someone state they failed in their professional duties. Often, a malpractice lawsuit is filed, causing the professional stress over the possibility of losing their license. Fortunately, most professionals have errors and omissions (E&O) insurance coverage which pays for their defense, as well as any settlements or judgments. If you are one of these professionals, it is in your best interest […]

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