Even the best managed businesses are susceptible to employee theft and fraud. Fidelity bonds provide employee dishonesty coverage to protect your clients’ businesses from losses incurred as a result of dishonest acts by their employees.
Coverage is also available to protect employers for losses stemming from such crimes as forgery, ERISA dishonesty, computer fraud and wire transfer fraud. We write multiple classes of business for both mercantile and public entities, including nonprofit organizations, insurance agencies and professional offices.
Different from standard fidelity coverage, business service bonds help protect businesses and their customers in the event a dishonest act by one of their employees results in a loss to a customer.
Common businesses we serve
Burglar alarm installation
Childcare (excluding minors)
Typically required by municipalities or other government agencies as a condition of granting licenses or permits for specific activities, the primary purpose of these bonds is to protect the public or third party against losses or damages to people or property. License and permit bonds guarantee the party seeking the license(s) or permit(s) will comply with applicable laws or regulations.
Common license and permit bonds we write
Third-party liability/public safety
These bonds support non-construction service and supply contracts by providing performance guarantees to project owners. In the event a principal is unable to meet contractual obligations, the surety has completion or payment obligations.
Common industries we serve
Billing services/call centers
Business/commercial furniture supply
Catering (school lunch programs)
Fire apparatus supply
Office services and supply
Packaging and recycling
Parking garage services
Textile supply (uniforms)
Courts will often require bonds prior to judicial actions, such as appeal, replevin and injunction actions. We provide a number of court and probate bonds, including fiduciary bonds, to satisfy your customers’ needs during the course of their legal proceedings.
Common examples of bonds we write
Writ of possession
Conservator of incompetent(s)
Receiver of equity
Required by law for most elected and many appointed public officials, the primary purpose of these bonds is to guarantee faithful performance and protect the public body.
Examples of public official classifications
Treasurers, assistant treasurers and subordinates
Town clerks, town officials, tax collectors, deputy tax collectors and subordinates
Judges, court clerks and court officers
Sheriffs and deputies
Common entities requiring bonds
City, county or state governments
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