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© 2018 Galiot Insurance Services

GALIOT

INSURANCE
a national life science insurance company

60+ New

Clients

60+ life science companies moved their business to Galiot. Talk to us and find out why.

Exhibited 30+ Events

Galiot exhibited at 30+ events in 2018 all over the USA. Stay tuned for our 2019 schedule.

Spent $50K+ on Events

Galiot not only attended and exhibited at events, but spent $50K+ sponsoring events.

Focus on Life Science Firms

Galiot offers life science companies expertise to protect your investors and business.

Let's Work Together in 2019!!

INSURE ALL PRECIOUS CARGO

Across a global network, Galiot is able to broker multiple programs and packages that are all custom built to your specific Life Science industry needs. With an in-depth knowledge of the industry’s risks, which are in a constant state of flux, and a wide network of insurance provider contacts, Galiot sees you through to safe harbor. 

Solutions to Risk Factors in the Life Science Industry

Most c-suite executives in the life science industry place a high priority on key risk factors that are threats to the sustainability of their company. Let Galiot put your mind at ease:

Competition in the Industry/Consolidation: If your ultimate goal is to be acquired, do you have an insurance strategy to be a more attractive target? Do you have the proper coverage in place? more... 
IP Infringement: Arguably a life science company's largest asset is its IP. Is your technology going to disrupt a major competitor with much deeper pockets? more... 
Ability to Commercialize: Most companies in the life science industry must conduct some form of human clinical studies to bring their product to market. If conducting domestic trials, is your insurance program in compliance with the facility or IRB overseeing the trial? more... 
Supply Chain Disruption: How strong is your contract with your suppliers? Have you confirmed they are carrying adequate levels of protection should their contribution to your product fail? more... 
Outside Investors: If you’re a private company, do major investors have board representation? Have you thought about insurance to protect the decisions made by management? more...