Even if you’re an expert in your business, mistakes happen. And if your client or customer thinks a mistake in your professional services caused a financial loss, they can sue you. Professional liability insurance helps cover you and your company if you make a mistake in your professional services. This coverage is also known as errors and omissions insurance (E&O) or in some countries as professional indemnity insurance.
Alta Pro Lawyers Risk Purchasing Group gives insured law firms exclusive access to valuable practice resources and cost-saving programs. When you join, you can use our Pro Practice Resource Center, filled with practical pointers and risk management tools to keep your law firm safe and soaring. Plus webinars, free CLE, discounts on office essentials, Ask the Risk Pro, malpractice defense hotline and more.
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As a member of Alta Pro, you are insured with Lawyers’ Professional Liability Insurance that gives you the confidence and security to leave worry behind and grow your practice. Knowing that the insurance company covering you has the financial strength to be there for you in good times and bad is important. That’s why we work with A-rated carriers who provide top-tier professional liability insurance policies.
Each law firm’s needs are different. Factors such as area of practice, coverage limits, number of attorneys, and claims history will all determine the best rate and coverage combination for each member of the group.