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Liability & E & O Insurance

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Liability & E & O Insurance

Post Posted: Dec 10, 06 07:03

Happy Holidays,

I am looking for liability insurance for my forensics business. I understand its called Errors & Omissions or "E & O". I looked in my area, no one seems to offer it for computer forensics.

I searched some online, one quote was ridiculous. If anyone has a reference or company they use and reccomend, please post on here.

Thanks in advance  

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Re: Liability & E & O Insurance

Post Posted: Dec 11, 06 19:06

I got mine through yergey insurance in Virginia. $915/yr



Re: Liability & E & O Insurance

Post Posted: Dec 14, 06 19:03


I will definately check them out. It is way lower than the price and quote I recieved.  


Re: Liability & E & O Insurance

Post Posted: Dec 15, 06 02:43

I went through Insurance-Tek, Inc. I'm in Nevada.


Actual coverage is provided to me by Western Heritage Ins.

One year of coverage for $832.

Prof. E&O Limit: 1,000,000.

I do believe that's a group rate. You have to be a member of an organization that's part of the group. Certified members of ISFCE are included in the group. I'm sure if you're a member of another group, such as HTCIA, you can get coverage.

I know what you mean about trying to find coverage. It was a doozy.

Hope that helps! Good luck to you.


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Re: Liability & E & O Insurance

Post Posted: Dec 16, 06 01:33

The price isn't that big of a deal, if you ever need to use that insurance, clients will go a runnin.
Why order a taco when you can ask it politely?

Alan B. "A man can live a good life, be honorable, give to charity, but in the end, the number of people who come to his funeral is generally dependent on the weather. " 

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