The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) has released an industry guidance on product liability insurance for manufacturers and distributors of dietary supplements.
What does PLI stand for?
PLI stands for product liability insurance
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- Programmation Logique Inductive (French)
- Programming Language Interface (Verilog programming language)
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- Public Liability Insurance (UK)
- Punch List Item
- Position Location Information/Precise Position Location Information
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``And the company expects substantial increases in the cost for product liability insurance as its policies renew.
Neil McCann, by email Sir Alan says PRODUCT liability insurance is important for companies, in order to ensure that if something goes wrong with the product and it causes damage to people or their property, the insurance company will cover them.
Steve McCombs Chatsworth Product liability If a product is defective due to design or manufacture, and as a result of such defect, someone is injured or killed, the manufacturer's product liability insurance becomes the third party's recourse.
and foreign countries for new device product development; market acceptance of new products; the ability to obtain and maintain patent or other proprietary intellectual property protection and the actual impact of those patents and rights; general market and economic factors; dependence on and retention of key personnel; availability of product liability insurance in the event of commercialization of the Company's products; ability to effect transition from pilot-scale to large-scale commercial production of products; and availability of additional manufacturing capacity on acceptable terms.
About Stratus Insurance Services Stratus Insurance specializes in homogeneous or association-base product liability insurance programs, or very unique classes or books of business.
Lexington's product liability insurance is available on a primary or excess basis to numerous types of companies, ranging from food processing and packaging to durable goods manufacturing.
Created in 1979 by 31 medical device companies, Medmarc's principal focus is to meet the long term product liability insurance and risk management needs of the life sciences technology industry.