Insurance industry experts are predicting a surge in E&O claims arising from the weather disasters and the pandemic in 2020. Now is the time to examine and strengthen your E&O risk management program before the wave hits. Here are a few suggestions on what to evaluate:
E&O Insurance for Insurance Agencies
What is E&O insurance? And why does your agency need it?
If a customer claims that your agency was negligent or inadequate, Errors and Omissions insurance (E&O) offers professional liability coverage—mitigating the financial loss to your business.
You have many options for the type, cost, and coverage of an E&O policy. IIAT is here to help your insurance agency find affordable, customizable E&O coverage. Request a quote today.
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E&O Insurance News
Have you ever been on a road trip, out in the country 50 miles from nowhere, when you go over a hill, only to find yourself confronted by blinking yellow lights warning you to slow down? A similar situation occurs in the agency business: day-to-day renewals and new business are going smoothly, and then the need to place an account with an E&S market arises. This is when the caution lights need to come on!
Unprecedented financial conditions, including the lowest interest rates in 70 years, a pandemic with unresolved insurance implications, and social inflation are all factors that portend stormy seas for the insurance business.