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Technology Insurance


We specialize in the needs of Computer Installation and repair, Data Processing Services, IT Consultants, Software Development, Web Developers and Designers and Web Hosting.

Today's Technology business environment is different.  More complex, more connected.  Companies face new and unknown risks, but also new untapped opportunities.  These new opportunities bring greater risk; the risk of error, misinformation, process failure, and data loss.  We are at the forefront of helping our clients understand their risks and design a custom insurance solution.

Coverage Options

  • Property Insurance

  • General liability

  • Business Continuation

  • Cyber Liability

  • Workers' Compensation

  • Fraudulent Transfer

  • Inland/Ocean Marine

  • Crime

  • Umbrella/Excess Liability

  • Errors & Omissions

  • Employment Practices Liability

  • Employee Benefits Liability

  • Directors & Officers

  • Employment Practices Liability

  • Business Income Cloud Interruption

  • Fiduciary Liability

Fast, Fair & Effective Services

  • Risk Control

  • Risk Management

  • Claim

  • Online Tools

  • Premium Audit

  • Paperless billing options

What to Expect When Working With Us

  • Expertise in Your Industry

  • Fast, Fair and Effective Service

  • Secure Insurance Companies

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Tech Professional Liability
Phishing and Cyber

Contact Information


980 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 1400

Chicago, IL 60611



Claim Scenarios



An error in the manufacturing and assembly of approximately 30,000 defective technology parts.  All of the parts had to be scrapped and replaced by the insured’s customer using another manufacturer. The insured’s customer sought damages for the costs of having to replace the defective units.

A computer consulting firm was alleged to have breached its contract and violated the covenant of good faith and fair dealing in its failure to properly design, develop and implement software to support a large companies payroll system. The company had to retain a new contractor to complete the job.

A ransomware attack blocked all access to the firm’s computer system while deleting files. After the firm paid the ransom, it took several days to restore its applications and recover deleted files from its backup.