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August 25, 2009

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South Florida Insurance Agency

This article awakens me as I read it. now I would be aware to some insurance agents. thank you so much.

Adjuster License

I don't understand who in their right mind would state that receipt of a subpoena is a claim under an insurance agents E&O policy, and therefore should be reported to your E&O insurer. The example you gave clearly explains why it is not so. Thanks for making that as clear as possible.

Ian

Good Read, thank you. In conjunction with this, i found this article to be very shocking about what may happen if one were to lapse their E&O coverage. They title it Ticking E&O Time Bomb
must read!

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