When Employees Sue

McKimmie, Kathy
January 2009
Indiana Business Magazine;Jan2009, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p23
The article discusses the importance of employment practices liability coverage in dealing discrimination lawsuits. According to Hylant Group vice president Vicki Leininger, increase coverage will help in dealing defense costs when claim damages occur. The coverage is also more affordable and can be purchased as $750-$1,000.


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