Don't give me the run around with fancy insurance lingo, InsuranceBee ...
Just give me 5 reasons why I need errors and omissions insurance. OK, it's ...
E is for errors and O is for omissions
Errors: your mistakes
Omissions: what you may have left out
We make covering your assets our business.
Insurers have a dedicated litigation team. We're guessing you probably don't. They know what to do to defend a claim against you. We're guessing that you probably don't.
All you have to do is provide the information they need. So if you do receive a claim, you know that you're not alone in defending it.
In fact, you're in pretty good company.
E&O covers personal injury that occurs in connection with your professional services.
We're not talking broken bones, we're talking libel, slander, defamation, and the like. In other words, something that may not have been "consciously" or "deliberately" expressed can be interpreted or morph into a big, expensive headache!
...a mistake you cannot take back
Bet you wish you had E&O
Legal advice is expensive. Very expensive.
E&O insurance can cover the legal costs of defending a claim against you. It can also cover damages, if you're found liable.
Let's face it: budgeting for insurance is easier than budgeting for a trial.
Don't get stung. Let InsurancBee protect you.
Ah, yes, ‘peace of mind’. It may be cliche but it’s well suited.
We all make mistakes. If you are a small business owner, or sole proprietor, your assets could be at risk if a substantial claim is made against you.
E&O insurance could protect you against what could be a very expensive mistake.
- If you make an error and a claim is made against you, your assets can be covered.
- A legal team is there to help you defend a claim.
- It can cover you for claims alleging personal injury made in the course of your professional services.
- It can pay your legal costs.
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