White Paper / Risk Management
Are Companies Really Protected When Their Products Are Deficient?

Your latest greatest product launches on the market, and suddenly it fails. Product failure can be a costly commercial exposure for manufacturers. Business owners recognize this and try to insure their products, but the complexity and range of available policies make it difficult to navigate the risk terrain.  Common types of protections are those that protect balance sheets and cover legal costs if your product impacts someone negatively. 

Manufacturers are looking to spread their risk by having the supplier assume more of the risk of a product. With competition on the rise among insurers and product performance risks, it is important to review your options to ensure you are fully protected. 
 

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