The losses or damages covered by environmental insurance usually arise in the form of claims against insureds for bodily injury, property damage, cleanup costs, and business interruption.
While many contractors assume that their commercial general liability (CGL) policy would cover environmental claims, the unfortunate reality is that most CGLs have pollution exclusions that leave contractors uninsured in the case of a pollution incident.
According to a recent whitepaper published by Environmental Risk Professionals, obtaining pollution liability insurance coverage to protect your company from PFAS-related lawsuits might be tough.
Whether your business leases a single passenger car or owns an entire fleet of commercial vehicles, auto liabilities must be monitored in order to try to prevent these ramifications.
It is critical for businesses like yours to stay cyber-secure to safeguard company data, protect customers’ personal information and ensure employee privacy. INSURICA wants to help you with several ways you can be proactive and contribute to organizational cybersecurity:
Fortunately, workplace injuries and fatalities have declined significantly over the years. Unfortunately, many workplace injuries and fatalities still occur daily. Both injuries and fatalities can be reduced by training supervisors in communication and expectation management.
Normalizing or justifying data breaches can have serious consequences for an organization's customers, bottom line, and reputation. This article discusses the repercussions of data breach fatigue on organizations and the steps organizations can take to ensure they don’t become complacent about cybersecurity needs.
Educate your oil and gas workers about the dangers of working with flammable and combustible liquids with this safety talk.
Wildfires may strike without a warning at any time, so it is critical to prepare your business before and after the catastrophe. Take proactive steps to keep everyone safe and time for your emergency plans to be reviewed and revised.