Self-Insured Retention & Commercial General Liability Policies
When CGL policies are subject to self-insured retention, insurers only cover a claim after insureds pay a fee—which sometimes lapses coverage.Read Now
What Is Commercial General Liability?
Commercial general liability (CGL) is a type of insurance coverage that protects a business from risks such as bodily harm, property damage, advertising, and personal injuries.Read Now
What Is Vendor Compliance Software?
Vendor compliance software is an integrated platform enabling businesses to communicate with, hire, and track documentation for third parties in real time to ensure adherence to laws, regulations, and policy stipulations.Read Now
What Is Workers' Comp?
Workers’ comp insurance helps pay for an employee’s medical care, lost wages, rehabilitation, and other expenses incurred from workplace injuries.Read Now
What Is General Contractor Insurance?
General contractor insurance covers contractors in the event of on-site injuries, equipment damage, litigation, and other claims, and is required for compliance.Read Now
Certificate Holders & Additional Insureds: What's the Difference?
Certificate holders possess proof of insurance on commercial general liability policies, while additional insureds are other parties that coverage has been extended to, beyond the initial policyholders.Read Now
What's the Difference Between Indemnification & Insurance?
The main difference between indemnification and insurance is that the former represents the process of transferring loss responsibility within a contractual relationship, and can exist independently from a policy, while the latter represents the actual contract backed by an insurance company.Read Now
Contract Management & Contract Review
While contract review involves analyzing an agreement to ensure it meets stakeholder needs and expectations, it is just one of many stages in the contract management process—following the end-to-end lifespan of a contract from creation to completion.Read Now
What Is ACORD & What Does It Have To Do With Insurance?
ACORD is a global non-profit known for its standardized certificate of insurance (COI) forms. These streamlined documents contain pertinent information regarding an insured’s insurance policy and are essential in compliance and business dealings.Read Now
What Is Self-Insurance?
Self-insurance involves setting money aside for a potential loss instead of purchasing a third-party insurance policy. Depending on the losses your business faces, this could either save or cost more money than traditional insurance coverage.Read Now