From 2006 to 2010, on average each year, more than 113 people were killed and 1700 people were injured in collisions involving at least one driver who had consumed alcohol prior to the crash.
If a bartender is legally liable for serving alcohol to a patron who becomes intoxicated and then injures a third party, is the exposure the same for a company if they host a social event where alcohol is served, such as an employee Christmas Party? YES! To help protect your company, consider purchasing a Host Liquor Liability policy, starting at as little as $100.
An upcoming Ontario case could have a meaningful outcome for hospitality owners, directors and employees across Canada. This provides another example as to why companies today should consider a Directors & Officers Policy.
A 12-person jury in Texas has awarded almost $17.7 million to two women injured when the Greyhound bus they were riding flipped over while the driver was making calls on his cell phone...
Transportation Risk Management
All business corporation statutes impose a standard of conduct upon directors and officers, if you fall below that standard you are exposed to personal liability.