Monthly Archives: December 2016

Are “Drones” an item on your Exposure Analysis Checklist?

Over the last week, I have noted many excellent articles addressing the “drone” exposure and the insurance implications. These articles have appeared in a variety of sources including industry publications, LinkedIn articles, etc. This appears to be the latest exposure … Continue reading

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Producers – it is important to read the policies you are selling

Today, probably more so than in years past, the various policies don’t have the same degree of consistency. In other words, a GL policy may vary from one carrier to another. The same for umbrellas, property policies, personal lines, etc. … Continue reading

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Don’t try to resolve E&O matters yourself

Over the last number of years, I have received frequent e-mails, phone calls, personal inquiries from agency folks concerned about a matter that has occurred in their agency. Typically, the issue involves a client that has suffered a loss for … Continue reading

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Attend an E&O seminar in 2017

There are a variety of opportunities to enhance the E&O culture of individuals and the agency as a whole. Most of the industry magazines have a column dedicated to the topic and with few, if any exceptions, the articles are … Continue reading

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When buying E&O, limits should be the primary focus

Imagine the scenario, your agency has just been advised that you are being sued in an E&O matter. Would you rather have $1,000,000 limit of liability and a $1,000 deductible or a $2,000,000 limit and a $5,000 deductible? I would … Continue reading

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