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An Insurance Program for the Auto Industry.

Claims Examples for the Auto Industry


General Liability Claim for Auto Repair Businesses

Scenario #1: An employee's company laptop is stolen from his home. The laptop contains private financial information of company customers. The customers sue for damages resulting from the failure to protect their private financial information.

Scenario #2: An employee inadvertently downloads a destructive computer virus that spreads to other files housed on your computer network. Your client downloads information from your Web site, allowing the virus to spread to the client's computer system and resulting in widespread loss of data and a computer network shutdown. Your client sues you, contending you should have prevented transmission of the virus. The client seeks damages for the lost data and economic loss caused by the network shutdown.

Garagekeepers Claims Example

A Web site development company provides creative and maintenance services for their customers’ Internet, Intranet, and Extranet activities. In the process of creating a customer’s Web site, the company develops a new corporate logo for the Web site. A third party later alleges that this corporate logo infringes upon their own trademark and misleads consumers, creating market confusion. A suit is filed by this third party for infringement of trademark

Claim Expenses: $50,000 / Indemnity Paid: $175,000


Workers Compensation Claims

The insured is a search engine optimization company which published an article on their website that the claimant felt was slanderous and false, and so sued the insured for libel, slander and defamation.

The insured has a Technology, Media & Professional Liability policy, and the coverage was triggered under three separate insurance policies. Carrier paid for a portion of all defense costs in the matter. Carrier worked closely with the other insurance carriers and defense counsel to help obtain an early dismissal on the claim.

Employees' Tool Theft Claims

A former city government network administrator allegedly locked access to the city’s network by resetting administrative passwords to its switches and routers. The employee refused to disclose passwords. Administrative control of the network was lost. Employee was found guilty of network tampering resulting in damages of more than $200,000.

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