General Management Insurance - Shinberg-LTB Insurance
April 29, 2019
The Shinberg-LTB Insurance team of management liability insurance specialists utilize an extensive network of resources to help public, private, and non-profit companies of all sizes and industry classes with their specific risks.
We can work with existing commercial clients and incorporate a management insurance program into their existing package or offer consultation and liability solutions as a stand-alone service.
From claims made by employees against the business to leadership decisions resulting in litigation, general management insurance coverage from Shinberg-LTB Insurance protects your business.
We pair relationship-based, local service with offerings through the Acrisure network to provide our clients access to a number of technical and specific policies backed by hometown customer care.
Employment Practice Liability
Costly claims can be made by current and former employees as well as prospective employees and third parties. Having comprehensive employment practice liability coverage in place along with regular training and compliance initiatives creates a more transparent and claim-free work environment.
Strengthen your work environment with policies designed to prevent and protect against claims.
– Breach of Employment Contract
– Deprivation of Career Opportunity
– Failure to Employ or Promote
– Mismanagement of Employee Benefit Plans
– Negligent Evaluation
– Sexual Harassment
– Wrongful Discipline
– Wrongful Infliction of Emotional Distress
– Wrongful Termination
Errors & Omissions
We have experience writing policies for a variety of positions that reflect a given occupation or volunteer position’s professional duties and vulnerabilities. This coverage is designed to protect specific professions from liability, including accountants, attorneys, consultants, and real estate brokers.
Written specifically for those who serve as officers or on a board of directors, this coverage is often purchased by businesses, privately-held funds, organizations, and educational institutions.
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