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Why Prior Acts Coverage is Beneficial for Accounting Firms

Posted on: February 14, 2019 by Huntersure LLC.

There are many liabilities that accounting firms face every day and when it’s tax season, those liabilities become even more serious. From errors and omissions to seemingly simple mistakes to a complete system breakdown within the firm, the role of an accounting firm and its accounting professionals that help keep is based on meticulousness and […] Read More

How Prior Acts Coverage Can Benefit Accounting Professionals

Posted on: September 13, 2018 by Huntersure LLC.

Accountants know that there are many pitfalls that can come with offering services to clients. From errors and omissions to seemingly simple mistakes that comes back and haunt you in the long run, the role of a CPA is one that involves a heavy focus on being meticulous. But even if your clients feel that […] Read More

Don’t Forget About Prior Acts Coverage

Posted on: April 11, 2018 by Huntersure LLC.

When law professionals invest in coverage particular to their own needs it’s a good step to insure their reputation. But beyond a basic policy, like Attorney Liability Insurance, which covers lawyers in the event of financial loss due to errors and omissions, there can be an added layer of protection offered to them through third-party […] Read More

Stand-Alone Prior Acts Coverage for Lawyers

Posted on: December 2, 2016 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. But, why would your clients need such a policy? Well, imagine one of their lawyers leaves the firm, retires, or switches to in-house counsel. […] 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