Single Trip Policy
Annual Multi – Trip Policy
Domestic Travel Insurance Policy
Group Business Travel Insurance
Single trip policy is good for one-time travellers. The maximum of 180 days these policies can last for, however, your travel insurance policy can also be extended post a humble request to the insurer. So, have you packed your bags yet? And don’t forget to buy travel insurance.
This policy is ideal for frequent travellers or globetrotters. It’s valid for making several trips during the year, each one ranging from 30-45 days, rewarding you with suitcases full of memories. You have the option to choose the coverage and the type of plan basis your needs. However, there are various plans offered under travel insurance.
We often realize that we do need to have travel insurance when travelling abroad but we tend to overlook this need while travelling within India. Contingencies do not come with a prior notice and your journey, whether abroad or within India, thus entails potential risk.
This policy is ideal for corporates requiring their employees to travel abroad regularly. This policy can be tailor-made with the desired coverage protecting employees against potential travel and medical risks while abroad. This policy is offered to a corporate on annual basis enabling them to issue travel policies at the workplace itself. The premiums are calculated on a man-day basis which helps the corporates restrict the outflow of heavy premiums. Special plans are framed in order to cater to the requirement of corporates.
Directors’ and Officers’ Liability insurance provides cover for
1. Personal liability arising out of a wrongful act
2. The entity for reimbursement of those Directors and Officers
3. The entity for liability arising out of securities related lawsuits
Policies are underwritten on a worldwide jurisdiction basis to clients domiciled around the world.
We advise organizations in diverse industry segments and offer tailored solutions to suit individual clients’ needs.
As a member of the board or an executive officer of a company, you may be personally held liable for any actual or alleged breach of duty, trust, breach warranty, authority, neglect, errors, misstatement, or omissions by anyone in company and can be sued for transactions alleging in financial losses. Exposure varies from shareholders, creditors, business partners, competitors, regulators and employees.
The policy reimburses the company to the extent it has been insured with respect of such claims, under its Articles of Association or any other contract that effects its Directors and Officers.
Employee practices liability insurance is of utmost importance for any business. This type of policy provides coverage to a business in relation to its employees in relation to age, sex, harassment, disability, breach of contract, wrongful termination or race.
Large businesses often have multiple EPLI policies to equip them in handling lawsuits filed against their favour. EPLI helps a business in decreasing its chances of being targeted in a lawsuit. Unfortunately, small businesses overlook the importance such policies.
Insurance providers during any proposal, thoroughly review a company’s employment practice and makes sure necessary amendments are implemented prior to the contract.
EPLI provides protection against many kinds of employee lawsuits, including coverage of claims arising from:
  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Wrongful termination
  • Breach of employment contract
  • Negligent evaluation
  • Failure to employ or promote
  • Wrongful discipline
  • Deprivation of career opportunity
  • Wrongful infliction of emotional distress
  • Mis-management of employee benefit plans
This policy protects your business from financial losses, includes legal costs and compensations arising from property damage or bodily injury caused to any third party due to –
  • The services rendered
  • In-course of business operations
  • Negligence of any employee
  • Includes, non-professional neligent acts: Up to the precribed limits fore-mentioned by the policy
Claims may arise
  • While visiting your business, a customer trips on loose flooring and is injured.
  • An employee in your painting or construction business accidentally leaves water running, causing substantial damage to a customer’s home.
  • A class action lawsuit is filed against your business, alleging advertisements constituted misleading information.
Standard CGL includes :
Coverage A: Bodily injury and property damage
This cover provides protection against losses from the legal liability for bodily injury or property damage to others arising out of non-professional negligent acts or for liability arising out of their premises or business operations. Mental injuries and emotional distress can be considered bodily injuries, even in the absence of physical bodily harm.
Coverage B: Personal and advertising injury
Personal and advertising injury protects an insured against liability arising out of offences, such as:
  • Libel
  • Slander
  • False arrest
  • Infringing on another’s copyright
  • Malicious prosecution
  • Use of another’s advertising idea
  • Wrongful eviction, entry or invasion of privacy
Coverage C: Medical Payments
Medical payments includes limited coverage for injuries sustained by a non-employee caused due to an accident that takes place on the insured’s premises or when exposed to the insured’s business operations. CGL pays for all necessary and reasonable medical, surgical, ambulance, hospital, professional nursing and funeral expenses for a person injured or killed in an accident taking place at the insured’s premises or arising from business operations.
Claims Made V/s Occurrence Based policy
" A ‘Claims Made Policy’ is where the claim would occur and has to be lodged within the policy period. This is usually given in conventional CGL policy & would only become relevant when the policy is not renewed subsequently. "
" Occurrence Based Policy is relevant to CGL Policy where the claims, which have taken place during the currency of the policy, can be lodged even after the expiry of the policy period, even if the policy is not renewed "
Product Recall insurance covers expenses associated with recalling a product from the market that would be responsible for possible bodily injury or property damage from its continued use or existence. Standard product liability insurance does not cover this exposure. This cover is typically purchased by manufacturers such as food and beverage, toy and electronics, automobiles and automobile components, aviation parts etc. to cover costs such as customer notification, shipping costs and disposal costs.
Scope of Cover
  • Recall expenses, such as disposal, replacement, advertising and transport
  • Pre-recall expenses
  • Third party recall expenses
  • Government recalls
  • Business interruption
  • Loss of gross profits/revenue
  • Accidental contamination
  • Product rehabilitation
  • Increased cost of working after a recall
  • Extortion demands related to malicious tampering
  • Terrorism cover
  • Terrorism cover

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