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General Liability
General Liability, Commercial General Liability, GL, or Liability coverage

General Liability Insurance is one of the most fundamental coverages for any business, small or large. It provides coverage to your business for bodily injury, property damage, and/or advertising injury claims caused by your business operations or product, or occurring (or allegedly occurring) on your premises. Also, this coverage is a standard requirement in most commercial contracts.

General Liability is sold with our Business Property coverage, in a combination sometimes referred to as a "Business Owner Policy."

• Product and Completed Operations
• Personal & Advertising Injury
• Damage to Rented Premises
• Premises and Operations

“Virtually every business should carry “general liability” insurance if you have a physical presence in the United States.”
From the Stripe Atlas Guide on Managing Risk,
Authored by Patrick McKenzie, Stripe

Business Property
Also known as: Property, Business Personal Property, or BPP

Laptops and smartphones are vital to businesses - so it’s important to guard your company from financial loss should damage occur. This coverage helps protect the assets your business owns that are damaged at your office. This includes things like desks, chairs, computers, and equipment but excludes building fixtures and structures and company-owned cars.

Business Property is sold with our General Liability coverage, in a combination sometimes referred to as a "Business Owner Policy."

Business Income Interruption and Extra Expense
• Off-premise Business Personal Property

“It took 6 months to get reimbursed for a stolen laptop by our old insurance company. It’s great to see Vouch doing things differently.”
Samiur Rahman, Co-Founder at Journal

Cyber Coverage
Also known as: 1st Party Cyber, 3rd party Cyber, or Data Breach coverage

In the event of a cyber incident or data breach, Cyber insurance covers services needed to reduce the likelihood of a lawsuit, such as forensic analysis, breach notification support, or credit monitoring services. If a lawsuit unfortunately does occur, our Cyber policy provides coverage for various types of loss, such as defense costs, settlements, or judgements.

Almost 1 in 4 private companies have been victims of cyber attacks.
The Risk Institute at The Ohio State University

D&O (Directors and Officers)
Also known as: Management Liability

Directors and Officers coverage gives financial security and peace of mind to executives and board members when making business decisions. It provides your company with financial reimbursement, allowing you to honor indemnity agreements with directors and officers. Essentially, the contractual promise to cover legal fees, judgments, and settlements that may incur while performing director or officer duties.

Unfortunately shareholder litigation is rising for everyone, and founders need protection. For example, 95% of 2014 merger and acquisition deals involved litigation, compared to just 39% in 2005.
Source: Kevin M. LaCroix

E&O (Errors and Omissions)
Also known as: Professional Liability

Errors & Omissions Insurance (also referred to as Professional Liability Insurance) protects your business against claims that allege you made a mistake in performing paid professional services for your client or failed to perform a professional service for your client that you agreed to do - and that your error or omission resulted in a financial loss for your client. Even if you're not ultimately found to be responsible, litigation can be costly to your business, so it is important to be prepared.

Employment Practice Liability
Also known as: EPLI

From hiring to firing, Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPL) provides protection for your business in the event of alleged discrimination, sexual harassment, or wrongful termination of employees.

Even the best companies make mistakes. Over 40% of businesses will face an employment lawsuit at some point.
Source: Vouch Proprietary Claims Analysis

Employee Benefits Liability

Your employees depend on benefits, like dental and health insurance, provided by your business. This coverage protects the business and plan administrators for the delivery, enrollment, and administration of employee benefit plans.

Employee Benefits is often purchased with Fiduciary Liability as both are vital in ensuring proper coverage for your business when administering employee benefit plans.

12% of small businesses get sued by their employees every year.
Source: Vouch Proprietary Claims Analysis

Fiduciary Coverage

If employees or former employees allege that benefit plans had improper investments, insufficient funds, or misleading advice , Fiduciary Liability insurance protects your business and the individuals responsible for creating, managing, and administering those plans.

Fiduciary Liability is often purchased with Employee Benefits Coverage as both are vital in ensuring proper coverage for your business when administering employee benefit plans. 

Crime Coverage

Crime insurance covers things like employee theft or embezzlement, forgery, computer fraud, or funds transfer fraud.

Hired & Non-Owned Auto
Also known as: Rented Car

Unfortunately, car accidents can happen anytime, so it is imperative that you protect your business when renting vehicles or using an employee’s car for business purposes. While you or your employees may have personal auto insurance, that will not cover a potentially significant lawsuit against your business. 

“Most personal car insurance policies don’t cover business driving because...it’s riskier than personal driving.”

Workers Compensation
Commonly provided with your payroll solution
Employee Health Insurance
Not our specialty
At least once every year, 36-53% of small businesses face litigation which costs on average $50-100K to resolve.
Source: Small Business Administration
Descriptions are general in nature only.  Please refer to the terms and conditions of any policies offered or purchased.
Insurance products offered are subject to application and underwriting requirements.
Vouch Insurance's custom policies are reinsured by one of the largest A-rated reinsurers in the world.
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Insurance services provided by Vouch Insurance Services, LLC.  Descriptions are general in nature only. Please refer to the terms and conditions of any policies offered or purchased. Insurance products offered are subject to application and underwriting requirements. Not all products available in all states.  Pricing depends on a variety of factors including policyholder location.  Not all discounts available in all states.