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Accountant Liability Insurance Exposures To Watch For

Posted on: January 17, 2019 by Huntersure LLC.

This blog was originally published on February 19, 2015. It was updated and re-published on January 17, 2019. Accountants handle a lot of sensitive data—be it personal or financial—on any given day. While this paints a picture as to the importance of an accountant’s job, it also brings about the fact of the risks they […] Read More

Lawyer Professional Liability Insurance: Common Claims

Posted on: May 15, 2018 by Huntersure LLC.

This blog was originally published on December 23, 2014. It was updated on May 15, 2018. Lawyers studied long and hard to get to where they’re at in representing clients and running their own firm or being a part of a bigger mission for the community. They do their best to keep professionalism to its […] Read More

Mitigating Libel & Slander: Cease and Desist Letter

Posted on: December 12, 2017 by Huntersure LLC.

Lawyers handle various types of cases each day, ranging from severe corporate accusations to personal lawsuits. However, rather than filing a lawsuit and start the litigation process, lawyers can minimize the damage done and costs incurred by advising their counsel to send a cease and desist letter instead. Especially when it comes to libel and […] Read More

What is Lawyers Stand-Alone Prior Acts Coverage?

Posted on: May 26, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

In its most standard definition, Lawyers’ Prior Acts Coverage means that the lawyer or attorney is covered for acts, errors, or omissions that occurred prior to their insurance policy’s inception date. Why would your clients need this type of coverage though? Let’s say that a lawyer leaves his or her firm to go in-house, go […] Read More

Can Independent Walk-Ins Solve Allied Healthcare Shortage?

Posted on: May 5, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

New reports reveal that emergency-room visits continued to climb in the United States, contrary to predictions. As we enter the second year after the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has gone into full effect, a recent survey of 2,098 emergency-room doctors conducted by the American College of Emergency Physicians, which revealed that that vast majority of […] Read More

Can Learning To Code Help Architect Efficiency?

Posted on: April 28, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

Architects have a vast variety of knowledge in their repertoire that they need access too every day. From knowledge of building and zoning codes, structures, mechanical systems, and materials, to knowing how to calculate building areas, layout building blueprints and much more. The list of skills needed by architects is ever growing, especially as architecture […] Read More

Do Soil Testing Firms Have Additional Liability Exposures?

Posted on: April 16, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

The best building practices in the world won’t make a structure durable or safe if the soil beneath it is unstable. Poor soil quality is a serious issue for builders today in all parts of the nation. If not recognized and addressed, poor soil quality or composition can lead to shifting and expanding beneath the […] Read More

Next-Of-Kin Creates Challenges for Allied Healthcare Providers

Posted on: April 8, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

When it comes to patient care, next-of-kin and emergency contacts are invaluable pieces of patient information, however there is growing concern among allied healthcare providers and researchers that healthcare legislation and regulations are not adapting to chaining cultural and social norms. Medically and legally, the next-of-kin relationship is important in determining who should be called […] Read More

3D Printing Could Lead to Changes in Construction Liability

Posted on: March 23, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

Affordable housing is a worldwide challenge, especially with growing populations. Manufactured homes have been one solution to these complications in the united states for decades, providing millions of Americans the opportunity to have a home of their own. But the face of the manufactured home could be rapidly changing as new technology and innovations continue […] Read More

Are Rural Hospital Closures an Allied Healthcare Concern?

Posted on: March 19, 2015 by Huntersure LLC.

The state of rural healthcare has made headlines across the nation lately as small hospitals and medical care facilities have been closing at what industry members are calling an alarming rate. According to the National Rural Health Association, which represents about 2,000 small hospitals across the country and other rural care providers, 48 rural hospitals […] Read More