Recomendations for E & O coverage?

Oct 19, 2006

  1. IntegrityOne
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    I am looking for E&O coverage for an independant Life/Health agent? Recomendations Please.
     
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    What companies do you sell for and do you use a MGA? Many companies will offer one that they sponsor, thus creating a slight discount.
    You can also try Aon.
     
    Sam, Oct 19, 2006
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    E&O Coverage...

    I work for an MGA. I can get you information on E&O Coverage.. carriers as you know have certain stipulations etc. If you are interested feel free to write me and I will get you the information needed.
     
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    We've had good luck with Safeco
     
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    Ditto to Aon depending on who you are contracted with.
     
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    Try www.napa-benefits.org. They have direct E&O plans that are reasonable, but if you write for one of their sponsor companies it can be very cheap.:cool:
     
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    1.5 million for $472 a year through AIP.:yes:
     
    pfsthib, Apr 7, 2007
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    Interesting you post this. I write workplace supplements for Colonial and I got a letter this afternoon from AIP... offering E&O. Currently I have it with AON via Assurant... but since I've never written an Assurant policy (they are way over-priced in CA and they don't do group either) I'll probably lose my appointment... and probably my E&O. It is due May 1 and I've not heard from AON (Westport Insurance Corp... whoever they are?)

    Is AIP a good organization?

    Al
     
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    I didn't know Assurant offered an E&O plan. The one with AIP is through Arch Insurance Group. You can go to AIP's website and look at the details. They also renew May 1st. I called last week but the lady I spoke with did not know what the new rates would be. Hopefully I never have to use it to see if it's any good.;)
     
    pfsthib, Apr 8, 2007
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