U.S. E & O Brokers Blog: e and o insurance
View the latest blog posts from U.S. E & O Brokers.
Wednesday, July 31, 2019We may be in the peak month for Fires, but let me tell you about another fire risk.
This risk is a not just a fire, but has embers that may last years!
“Mass” and “Unsolicted” texting messages to contacts you do not have a confir... READ MORE >>
Monday, July 15, 2019Running an insurance agency has a high margin of risk attached. Mistakes within the agency might lead to harm to others, even unintentionally. If you are the agency leader, then as the public face of the agency, your own security might come under threat in cases of liability lawsuits and related occurrences. READ MORE >>
Friday, June 7, 2019Commercial insurance agents can attract a large variety of clients. However, you need to make sure you offer the right types of policies to satisfy their insurance needs. Among your policy offerings, you can usually include errors & omissions insurance, sometimes called E&O insurance or professional liability coverage. READ MORE >>
Friday, March 8, 2019Running your insurance agency means working with a lot of different people. You might have multiple partners that provide you your policy packages. You also deal with clients daily. All these parties expect professional, polite and responsible service. So, if you fail in that duty, you might face claims of libel are slander. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 18, 2018This information was intended to be for Labor Day, September 2018, and then guess what happened? Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina and South Carolina with tremendous flooding. Estimated Damages from Florence are $45 billion. READ MORE >>
Monday, June 4, 2018Every insurance agency relies on its customers. They are necessary for you to turn a profit, gain new clients, and establish a good reputation. Therefore, customer satisfaction lies high on most agencies’ to-do lists. Customers, likewise, rely on agencies to keep their insurance portfolios secure. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 5, 2017Like all businesses, insurance agencies require attention to detail and professionalism. Should agents fail in their duties, they may cause significant harm to their clients. By default, the responsibility for the agent’s actions often falls to the agency. READ MORE >>