McGowan’s Active Shooter/Workplace Violence Insurance provides 1st dollar victim coverages (medical, counseling death benefits), liability protection, business income and extra expenses due to acts of workplace violence and deadly weapon attacks. The program considers all classes of business, including but not limited to government agencies, education, religious institutions, hospitality, entertainment, retail, and public entities. The program also covers a wide range of attack-types, such as knife, explosives and vehicular attacks, rather than solely deadly attacks committed with a firearm.
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McGowan explains how the insurance industry is answering the question, “Who Will Help the Victims?” in the wake of recent Active Shooter Workplace Violence events.
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