Technology Products and Services Liability -- errors and omissions
liability insurance for information and network technology companies.
Errors and omissions
coverage is a professional liability policy covering the policyholder for negligent acts and/or omissions that may harm his or her clients.
Insurance rates and access to insurance carriers for errors and omissions
insurance are directly affected by the number of claims, size of awards, and settlements paid out in California," said C.
It intends to operate in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, targeting qualified claim professionals who are interested in broader errors and omissions
and general liability coverage according to the company.
The danger of today's rapidly changing errors and omissions
market, notes Bates Richmond, until recently vice president of the corporate risk-management group he built at Clear Channel Communications Inc.
An additional insurance factor which should comfort design professionals is that most errors and omissions
policies provide coverage on a "claims-made" basis, i.
Avert has signed an Errors and Omissions
Insurance policy to protect against lawsuits involving the intangible customers expectations of the product.
has launched a new errors and omissions
liability insurance policy that can be tailored to meet the needs of small- to large-sized information and network technology companies.
First, note that Directors and Officers Liability coverage (D&O) is an Errors and Omissions
DocuTech's software interfaces with leading LOS and enables brokers to generate documents locally, increasing efficiency, reducing time, eliminating errors and omissions
and providing added convenience to homebuyers.
The coverage offers contractual indemnity against claims that arise from negligent acts, errors and omissions
The Electronic Information Errors and Omissions
Liability Policy provided by Legion allows insureds to choose from a menu of cover-ages that apply to their operations, such as technology errors and omissions
, media or intellectual property offenses, breach of computer security coverage of the selected network from either external attack or internal and external attack.