The policy that puts safety first
Insurance companies rely on their inspectors to provide precise and detailed assessments to ensure that all safety and compliance standards are met.
When your assessments are discovered to be inaccurate, you should expect to defend yourself in court — especially if your report recommended adjustments that came with a high price tag.
Errors and omission insurance covers your legal representation as well as the damages you may owe the plaintiff.
Isn't that worth the price of the policy? That's our assessment.