• What is Covered, and Not Covered, Under D&O Policies
  • April 20, 2006 | Author: Richard R. Eurich
  • Law Firm: Morrison Mahoney LLP - Boston Office
  • The differences between Directors and Officers liability policies and general liability policies are numerous. For the most part, D & O policies, which are one type of so-called "wrongful act" or "errors and omissions" policies, provide claims-made, as opposed to occurrence, coverage. They also uniformly exclude coverage for the bodily injury, property damage, personal and advertising injury exposures customarily covered in general liability policies.