Hi all, I have a former director of my LTD company who resigned some months ago. I have found out that while he was a company director he did not set up our business insurance policy properly. I was told that it was taken care of, but I had some property damage that I made a claim for, and was eventually informed that this vital equipment was not covered in the policy for no other reason that our insurance broker was not told it needed to be included... A VERY basic screw up that was completely and utterly avoidable by way of a couple of extra words spoken to the broker. I don't wish to provide too much information publically, but damage bill was around $6500. If you need more information on this, please message me. I am wondering whether anyone can inform me whether the company is able to sue this former director for his negligence? Since company directors have a responsibility to act in the best interest of the company and not be negligent in his duties. The loss of this equipment has caused a significant loss of income due to our financial position not allowing replacement of the equipment immedia What would I need to do in order to a) define and b) prove his negligence? Thanks in advance!