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Claims Management
Claims happen - that is why you have insuranceFortunately, we've partnered with leading claims managers and attorneys to ensure that we get to the best outcome as quickly as possible and get you back to what matters most, running your business.
> 50 YearsOf management liability insurance claims management experience
BenefitsWe have the experience, resources, and data to handle whatever claims you face.
  • Medal IconOver 50 years of management liability claims handling experience
  • Map IconExperienced panel of defense attorneys active across all 50 states
  • Chart IconEfficient, economic resolution of thousands of requests per year
  • Person IconStrong partnerships with top mediators throughout the country
  • Persons IconNetwork of highly regarded subject matter experts
  • Bell IconBenefits for notifying us early of certain claim types
Management liability insurance has never been more importantLeverage our services as needed to steer clear of threats to your organization and team
COVID-19Rapid transformation of the workplace due to new health, safety and employment concernsBlue arrow
COVID-19Rapid transformation of the workplace due to new health, safety and employment concerns
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COVID-19A wrongful death lawsuit was filed against a Texas meat packing company after a forklift driver died from Covid-19 at the defendant's plant. Allegedly, the plaintiff was told he would be laid off if he did not report to work—despite exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19.Source:
CompetitionPressures from incumbent businesses and new entrants
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CompetitionA company recruited a top sales executive who had an employment contract with a competing company. The competitor sued the company for damages suffered as a result of losing its top sales producer on the grounds that the company interfered with the competitor’s contractual relationship with its employee.Source:
Social inflation
Social InflationContinuously evolving frequency of claims and verdict amounts
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Social InflationDirectors of a bank that became insolvent were sued for ordinary negligence. Historically, directors and officers were able to make corporate decisions without the threat of personal liability, except in rare cases. An independent Georgia court ruling allowed shareholders to sue directors and officers for minor offenses, increasing their exposure dramatically.Source:
TechnologyTechnology presents new opportunities and new risks
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TechnologyAn asset management company was sued when an employee working remotely without a secured network mistakenly exposed sensitive information. A hacker was able to access withdrawal information on the employee’s home network and forged documents to withdraw $400,000 from an account.Source:
RegulationFederal and state regulators changing the rules of the game
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RegulationAn energy company canceled plans to build a facility in Ridgecrest, California—an undertaking that would have created 700 temporary jobs and 75 permanent ones—after lengthy delays caused by state environmental reviews, including one on the project’s impact on the Mojave ground squirrel.Source:
EmploymentThe evolving relationship between employers and employees
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EmploymentIn 2009, a group of carpenters were employed by a city housing project in Wilmington, California. The contractor allegedly failed to pay wages and overtime to the workers and was required to pay $550,000 in back pay and fines.Source: Donahoo & Associates
Trusted claims experts at your serviceManagement liability claims can happen at any time and quickly unravel into something that is taxing on your people and your businesses