Working Overseas Can Be Risky Business

Many U.S. firms conduct business on a worldwide basis. This business sometimes requires U.S. employees to travel to other countries, travel that can open the employee to exposures that have not been fully explored.

It is true that a commercial general liability coverage form considers officers and employees of the named insured company as insureds while they are performing their duties related to the conduct of the business. However, this does not automatically translate into liability coverage.

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