Strike And Riot Insurance Considerations For Policyholders

By Jillian Raines and Shafkat Rakib (November 23, 2021, 4:01 PM EST) -- From political corruption to racial and gender violence and oppression, to the climate crisis — people are taking to the streets with just cause.[1]

The proliferation of social media has made it easier to connect across geographic boundaries and evolving technologies have furthered our capacity for wide-scale, collective action. And we face a number of urgent and universal issues motivating people toward protest and civil action.

Although the vast majority of demonstrations remain peaceful,[2] protest and civil disobedience too often can be interrupted by riot.[3] And unfortunately, angry crowds often beget property damage.[4]

When civil action is coordinated, the potential for...

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