- Competitive Premiums
- “A” Rated Insurance Company
- Payment Options Available
- Limits up to $2,000,000/2,000,000
- Ability to match Retroactive Dates with proof of prior coverage
- Broad definition of Named Insured (Including employees, officers, owners, subcontractors, and the entity itself)
- Broad definition of Professional Services (No exclusion for reviews, measurements, photographs, and specific types of appraisals)
- Deductibles from $0 to $5,000 (Disappearing Deductibles with no claims)
- Optional Appraisal Management Company Endorsement
- Generous Extended Reporting options (1–5 years). Plus—Retirement Extended Reporting for qualified insureds at no additional premium
- Premises Liability Sub-Limit (bodily injury and property damage during the on-site review of the property)
- Sub-Limits for Disciplinary Proceedings & Subpoena Assistance
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