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Professional Liability Blog

We explore and analyze current issues and relevant topics to help accountants, attorneys, architects and engineers, insurance agents and real estate brokers avoid a professional liability case.

Professional Liability Blog
July 17, 2019

Eastern District of New York Liberally Interprets Insurance Policy for the Benefit of the Insured

In Ill. Union Ins. Co. v. US Bus Charter & Limo Inc., 291 F. Supp. 3d 286 (E.D. N.Y. 2018), the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York addressed the scope of coverage for alleged violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TPCA). One of the main issues presented was whether a TCPA violation was within the scope of the insurance policy’s coverage for performance of professional services and travel agency operations. 

Professional Liability Blog
November 20, 2017

A Professional’s Quick Guide to Professional Liability Insurance – Part 1 of 2

Professional liability insurance, often presented in the form of an “errors and omissions” policy, is a form of liability insurance providing coverage for claims made as a result of professional advice or services. Professionals including attorneys, accountants, engineers, architects, insurance brokers/agents, and real estate brokers/agents should maintain professional liability insurance to protect their businesses and assets. This blog entry will provide a quick, general guide to some key aspects of most professional liability insurance policies. Professionals are encouraged to refer to their own policies and seek guidance from their own insurance brokers/agents to understand the specific terms and conditions of coverage for their policies.