Title to Shares Insurance: Everything You Need to Know
July 24, 2023
1. Left at the altar insurance
If you're jilted and left at the altar on your wedding day, now you can at least recoup your wedding costs, provided that you bought "change of heart" insurance.
2. Multiple births insurance
With more people having multiple births, you can now buy cover before the first scan to ease the financial strain. With the patter of tiny feet comes the gurgle of money being washed away. As any parent knows, having a family can create a massive drain on resources as the children grow older. Now imagine the extra pressure on personal finances of giving birth to twins, triplets or, in very rare cases, even more little bundles of joy.
3. Bed bug insurance
Bed bug insurance is now being offered to the at-risk market.
Aon Risk Solutions has aligned with Global Excess Partners and Terminix to provide a bed bug insurance solution for hotels, landlords, student housing, corporate business and leisure travellers.
4. Death by laughter insurance
No, it's not because of Monty Python. Death by laughter sounds like a joke, but there have been actual documented instances of folks laughing themselves to the grave. So to cover their bases, many comedians actually carry death by laughter insurance to cover them in such an event.
5. Alien abduction insurance
Everyone deserves protection: your significant other, your best friend, your ex...well, maybe not your ex. It doesn't prevent getting abducted, not even the ghost trap can save you, but it'll be handy when you're brought back to planet earth because, as a policyholder, you'll get $1M coverage upon your return to help you take care of property damage and other potential situations you may find yourself in.
6. Paranormal practitioner insurance
As any good -- or even terrible -- sci-fi movie shows, paranormal events can be exceedingly dangerous. Paranormal Practitioner Insurance is designed to protect those carrying out the practice to members of the public. The bespoke policy offers comprehensive cover to protect you should things go wrong.
7. Insurance when you sell your business.
Transaction liability insurance is a valuable tool to help buyers and sellers facilitate mergers and acquisitions (M&A). It means the sellers carry the risk for any liabilities which occurred when they owned the company. If these issues are then discovered after the transaction is completed and causes financial loss, the seller could be found to be financially responsible. Get a free quote at: https://acquirecover.com/quote