Employment Practices Liability What is Employment Practice Liability?Employment Practice Liability protects you from actual or alleged claims of:Sexual HarassmentWrongful TerminationFailure to PromoteSex, Age, Race, Religious or Disability DiscriminationHostile Working EnvironmentOther Types of Harassment & Emotional DistressIt can be endorsed to protect the entity from 3rd party claims (patients, vendors, other members of the public) alleging discrimination.Sexual HarassmentRepeated comments made by a manager in a morning meeting. Three former employees allege sexual harrassment. $350,000 paidA supervisor left her job alleging sexual harassment from her subordinates. $900,000 paidWrongful TerminationShortly after several female employees complained that the CEO was sexually harassing them, the CEO was terminated under the pretext of performance regardless of the recent raise he was given. $200,000+ paidA human resources director was advised to terminate an investigation of allegations of sexual harassment by an employed doctor. She was subsequently terminated from her position. $300,000 paidAge DiscriminationA 62 year old employee successfully sued his employer for age discrimination because the company failed to document the employee's poor performance in not meeting expectations. $1,000,000+ paidRacial DiscriminationA patient of Indian decent sued for racial/ethnic discrimination after an employee was caught on surveillance dancing around the office with a towel on his head. $420,000 paidReligious DiscriminationAn employee sued after it was learned that she was not a Christian and she was passed up for a promotion. The company had stated that they would only hire Christians. $117,000 paidDisability DiscriminationA Human Resources Manager told a disabled job applicant that they had no openings for persons in wheelchairs. $3,500,000 paidGender DiscriminationFemale employees of a company requiring a strength test for career advancement sued. 100% of those that passed the test were men. $2,300,000 paidHostile Working EnvironmentAn African-American sued after quitting his job, alleging that his supervisor created a racially hostile environment and that an outranking African-American manager failed to investigate the complaints. $1,600,000 paidBreach of Contract/MisrepresentationA medical professional brought about an EPLI suit when his medical practice failed to provide an adequate patient load, support staff and office space for his needs. The doctor sued for breach of contract and misrepresentation. $650,000 paidHarassment & Emotional DistressAn invited guest of a summer associate to a picnic was subjected to derogatory remarks by an alcohol fueled partner while other partners stood by idle. The guest sued for harassment and emotional distress. $250,000 paid Right coverage. Right choice. Every time..