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E & O company, who do you use?

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matt mortenson

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I know that there are some earlier threads concerning this but none really addressed fully the question I want to ask.
I'm up for renewal on my e & o and want to know which companies people use and their experience/thoughts on them. I'm with FREA right now and find them to be pretty expensive compared to other companies out there, $895 plus a $90 charge for corporate coverage for a $1m policy. Like I said, seems a little high with other companies I've investigated. If I go with another company will I be getting the same service and quality in coverage I believe to be getting now?
 

Tim Schneider

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I went with Landy Insurance, very easy to set up. I paid 455 for 300/600K.
 

JFulmer

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I went with Landy as well. $565/yr for 1mil/2mil policy. Lets hope I never have to find out how good their "services" are. :new_smile-l:

I liked the fact that they offered online ordering and e-mailed the policy via .PDF when it was approved. I think it took 3 hours tops and I had my policy.

-J
 

appraisalaska

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Landy didn't offer E&O in Alaska, so I signed up with Intercorp, the are $650 yr for 1 million in coverage and $5000 deductable. This was BY FAR the cheapest option I could find for Alaska. Good Luck.
 
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