Effective November 1, the following states have adopted the new Cyber policy form and enhancements: Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming..
If you have existing open offers in these states, please go back and re-quote in order to extend these benefits to your client.
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While the changes are too numerous to list here, a few of the highlights, some of which carry sub-limits, include:
In our continuing effort to keep the products on AJGcyber.com fresh and competitive, we are happy to reveal the following updates to the Lloyd’s Miscellaneous E&O product.
|Income threshold for reduced question set (“Fast track” quoting process) increased to $1,000,000 up from $500,000|
|Reduced rates across all business classes|
|Simplified deductible calculations|