Part 1 of 6: How a Conditional Receipt Could Have Saved the Day!

errors and omissions checklist: conditional receiptAs an insurance agent, you face the fear of having an errors and omissions claim being made against you on a daily basis.

Though, many agents will insist that they do everything by the book and have no possibility of an errors and omissions claim being made against them, the chances of being named in a lawsuit are still very much a reality. You should always conduct your business practices as a true professional and document all interactions with your clients and prospective clients.

A big part of knowing what mistakes to avoid when handling your clients insurance needs is to review errors and omissions claims that have been made against other insurance agents.

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