A service aimed at reducing the liability arising from commercial contracts.
The implementation of an effective and structured insurance plan is a step called "Risk Transfer": this means that through insurance a given risk that the company does not wish to incur at their own expense is transferred to a third party (the Insurer), following careful evaluation and analysis, characteristic of risk management. The risk can also be transferred to other subjects than the Insurance Company: when a Company enters into any kind of commercial contract, it accepts a number of obligations that it undertakes to respect vis-à-vis the other party to the contract. Sometimes these obligations are established by agreement between the parties, other times they are simply imposed by the reference law and implicitly accepted by the contractors, who unfortunately often ignore and do not respect these. For example:
- Who is liable for damage to Your building, which you gave to third parties for use?
- Who ensures the warehouse that you rented from a third party and where you carry out Your business?
- Who is liable if Your goods, which you entrusted to a carrier, are subject to damage during transport?
The answers depend on Your contracts, on the law of reference, and also on the risk management policy adopted by the Company. All commitments that a Company assumes through these contracts can be a source of risk. Eurorisk offers a service of specific analysis of all commercial contracts, which provides information about the terms in order to assess whether it is optimal to sign a contract on one's own behalf, or whether to transfer it.
Leasing | Rental | Bailment | Supply | Sale | Subcontracting | Transport: these are some types of contracts for which we provide analysis services.
Please contact us for an assessment of your commercial contracts! One of our professionals will draw up a liability profile indicating the best solutions to adopt.