Tailored insurances requirements for startups
Your costs increase as your revenues, employee count, office space, etc., grow
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If you are not sure how much insurance to buy, we use data to tell you what other companies like you buy.
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Some products like Directors and Officers insurance (D&O) will require you to provide additional documentation (e.g., financials).
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When and why getting insurance as a startup
Signing an office leaseLiability and Property
When you sign a lease, it will probably require you to have basic general liability and property insurance to cover fire, flooding, third party damage, etc.
Hiring the first employeeWorkers’ Compensation
In all 50 states, workers’ compensation insurance is mandatory after hiring the first employee. The cost is a percentage of payroll - the percentage depending on your industry sector.
Signing a contractGeneral, Professional or Product Liability
Third party companies, especially big ones, may require you to have some insurance in place.
Saving Client InformationCyber Liability
If you save client’s information (credit cards, SSNs, or simply names of people using your product), this policy can help you cover the cost of a data breach. For instance, most states require companies to notify customers of a data breach using certified mail.
New Funding or Appointing Members to the BoardDirectors and Officers (D&O)
After you raise a round, your investors, officers and directors might require D&O. D&O will protect their personal assets in a lawsuit due to their decisions.
Providing Services or AdviseE&O / Professional Liability
If your company provides professional services and advice to other companies, and those acts result in damages or a lawsuit, professional liability will cover the defense costs and settlement payments.