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Professional liability insurance for medical transcriptionists.
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Placing $90 billion in coverage every year, The Council's members face huge errors and omissions exposures.
Most of the time, technology firms are involved in breach of contract situations or where there are errors and omissions .
McMullen's experience has touched all areas of the property/casualty spectrum, with a specialty in problem solving in complicated areas such as Errors and Omissions Liability, Product and Professional Liability, and International Exposures.
Zurich North America Surety is offering new errors and omissions coverage to serve notaries public.
AVM Plus is a combination of technology and industry specific errors and omissions (E & O) insurance that allows lenders to use workflow to automate the ordering of automated valuation models (AVMs) and guarantees warranty on the results all from a single workstation.
The new coverage-the latest addition to the Big "I" Markets portfolio of specialty, niche, new/unusual and program coverages--will provide errors and omissions coverage to a wide variety of professionals via endorsement to a basic claims-made policy, including the ever-expanding industry of computer consultants and design professionals.
DocuTech's software has the ability to interface with leading loan origination systems (LOS) and enables brokers to generate closing documents locally, which increases efficiency, reduces time, eliminates errors and omissions and provides more convenience to homebuyers.
Innovator was created for emerging information-technology companies and offers blanket property limits, errors and omissions and worldwide insurance protection.
regional retail operations for ACE USA's miscellaneous professional liability errors and omissions (E&O) product line, including marketing and underwriting operations.
There are also technology errors and omissions and multimedia and intellectual-property offenses, including copyright and trademark infringements, to name a few.