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Life Sciences Insurance

Coverage designed for the forefront of emerging healthcare organizations

The Best Coverage for Life Science Companies

We Insure All of Your Risks - Even the Ones You Don’t See.

The life science is complex, fast-paced and ultra competitive. In such an environment risks are naturally high, and if you don’t have the proper coverage, you could be exposed to liabilities which can sink your company.

Unfortunately, most agents lock you into one of the off-the-shelf policies their firm offers. While this may be fine for most businesses, in the highly specialized life science industry, it can be deadly.

At Navion, we’ve worked with life science companies for years, so we understand the intricacies, risks and complex needs required to protect yourself.

Coverage from Agents Who Truly Understand Your Industry

Rather than offer you just a single option, we work with a number of partners so that we can source the best possibles for both your risk profile and budget. We provide coverage for medical devices, and biotechnology throughout the product life cycle, from clinical trials and forward.

Our solutions include:

  • Biotechnology
  • Biologics (Animal and Human)
  • Medical Device and Product Manufacturers
  • Research, development and clinical trial centers
  • Contract Research Organizations
  • Wholesalers and Distributions in pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and medical devices
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