Protect Your Investment
Recent events like the East Village collapse are an important reminder that in addition to protecting your employees, it is important to protect your company's physical and virtual assets. Be a Partner in Preparedness by reviewing your insurance coverage, and understand what your policy covers. Consider expanding your insurance to include coverage for direct and indirect costs associated with a disaster.
For more information about insurance, visit the Insurance Information Institute online and the New York State Department of Financial Services online.
- Examples of direct costs include hazard-specific property insurance (e.g., fire, flood), and data breach and cyber liability insurance.
- Examples of indirect costs include business interruption/continuation policy insurance, business income insurance, and extra expense insurance.