Crime Insurance

Protect Against Internal Theft.


You may feel your business would never be the victim of theft, but the harsh reality is that nearly every business is eventually victimized. In fact, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce estimates that a third of corporate bankruptcies are a direct result of employee dishonesty.

What does a crime policy generally cover?

  • Theft
  • Safe burglaries
  • Embezzlement
  • Forgery
  • Computer fraud
  • Credit card fraud
  • Counterfeiting

Who Should Consider a Crime Policy?

Crime insurance is a must for any business that handles cash or securities, and almost all businesses can benefit from the protection employee dishonesty insurance provides.

And while a standard property insurance policy does provide some protection from criminal acts, they often don't cover losses resulting from employee dishonesty. 


Here's How DiNicola Insurance Services Can Help

Your DiNicola Insurance Services advisor will review your current coverage with you to identify gaps or shortfalls. We’ll also make recommendations on measures your business can take in hiring, monitoring, and terminating employees to minimize your exposure to employee theft risks—measures that won’t run afoul of employment practices regulations. 

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