Archive for April, 2013

Does Liability Insurance Nullify the Need for Workers’ Comp?

Does Liability Insurance Nullify the Need for Workers’ Comp?

| April 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Purchasing a liability insurance policy does not nullify the need for workers’ compensation. General liability policies provide coverage for claims and lawsuits filed by members of the general public, while workers’ compensation protects the business from claims/lawsuits filed by employees. General Liability Policy General liability policies protect businesses against third-party claims. Liability policies respond to […]

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Pension Bonding vs. Fiduciary Liability Insurance

Pension Bonding vs. Fiduciary Liability Insurance

| April 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

A pension bond is a type of surety bond that protects the assets of an employee pension plan from embezzlement, mismanagement or other action by the plan manager that causes financial loss to the pension. Fiduciary liability protects the personal and corporate assets of the plan manager in the event of wrongful acts or breach […]

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Difference Between Liability & Fidelity Coverage

Difference Between Liability & Fidelity Coverage

| April 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Liability coverage protects a business in the event a third party gets injured and files a claim against the business. Fidelity coverage, also known as employee dishonesty coverage, reimburses the business owner and not a third party. Both coverages protect the business entity, but they each pertain to a different aspect of the business. Public […]

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