Colorado Directors & Officers Liability
Colorado Directors and Officers Liability coverage protects directors and officers against claims alleging negligence, errors and omissions, misstatements, misleading statements and misrepresentations.
Most organizations have a general liability policy that protects its directors and officers against negligent acts that result in bodily injury or property damage. However, general liability does not protect against alleged wrongful acts or omissions, including breach of duty, which do not result in bodily injury.
Directors and officers coverage protects your executives from potential lawsuits resulting from key decisions or management practices-lawsuits that may target their personal assets.
A comprehensive Colorado Directors and Officers Liability policy can provide the following:
- Committee Members
- Trustees or Employees
- Defend Prior Acts
- Defend Non-Monetary Damages
- Provide Duty to Defend Coverage
- Defend Libel, Slander & Defamation of Character
- Defend Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Wrongful Discharge
- Employee Dishonesty
- Money & Securities
- Forgery & Depository