Insurance Protection Specializing in “Hard to Place” Insurance Coverage including High-Risk Medical Malpractice Insurance. Contact us directly if your business or professional practice pays between $100,000 and $15,000,000 in annual insurance premiums. For more information call David Selig at (212) 974-3435.



We Settle Property Damage Claims for Top Dollar Insurance Adjuster Selig and Attorney Dorin successfully settle residential and commercial property insurance claims, including business interruption, burglary, fire, windstorm and losses caused by water damage. *For a free consultation call us directly (212) 974-3435.




Employment Practices Liability Insurance is a "Must Have" (EPLI) covers companies against claims or lawsuits filed by employees, former employees and employment candidates regarding their employment relationship with an employer.  EPLI policies can cover seasonal employees, leased employees and independent contractors. EPLI insurance coverage protects a company, its directors, officers, current and former employees.  


A company can use EPLI insurance to cover expenses involved in defending against claims or lawsuits related to employment (regardless of the outcome) and EPLI provides indemnification of the employer if the case is settled or a verdict is obtained against the employer.


EPLI insures against claims of discrimination (based on age, sex, race, religion, color and national origin), sexual harassment claims, wrongful termination (including constructive discharge and retaliatory discharge), infliction of emotional distress and breach of contract, violation of the Family Medical Leave Act or other leave laws.  


Additionally, some policies contain a catch-all category to provide coverage for claims of discrimination based on protected categories (e.g., sexual orientation) that are not covered under federal discrimination statutes, but may be covered by state or local law.  For more information call David Selig directly at (212) 974-3435



Cyber and Privacy Insurance covers your business' liability for a data breach involving sensitive customer information, such as Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, account numbers, driver's license numbers and health records. Cyber insurance may also cover legal fees and expenses associated with the following items:


ü Notifying customers about a data breach

ü Restoring personal identities of affected customers

ü Recovering compromised data

ü Repairing damaged computer systems




Print Print | Sitemap Recommend this page Recommend this page
© Selig & Associates