Does failure to notify your insurer of a subpoena void your professional liability insurance coverage?
By Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb We have frequently been contacted by members of the CPAGold™ program for assistance to respond to a subpoena, either for documents or for testimony. In fact, the CPAGold™ policy provides a specific coverage extension a follows: 1.2.2 Subpoena Expenses We will pay on your behalf Defense Expenses approved by […]
by Rickard Jorgensen, FCII, ARM, ACIArb WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT – if you have a multi-partner or multi-office firm and communication regarding potential claims might be delayed, then it is important to ensure that your insurer will not deny coverage if you don’t advise a potential claim until after the renewal date. —————————————————————————————————————— When reviewing the […]
By Seth L. Laver, Michael P. Luongo and Sarah J. Delaney of Goldberg Segalla Guest bloggers from the law firm Goldberg Segalla posted the following which we thought is timely and pertinent: Professionals assume a duty of care to their clients. Accordingly, professionals may be held liable for damages to clients that are proximately caused by […]
By Seth L. Laver, Andrew P. Carroll and Sean P. Beiter of Goldberg Segalla Guest bloggers from the law firm Goldberg Segalla posted the following which we thought is timely and pertinent: One of the most common problems facing a would-be plaintiff considering a malpractice case is when to file suit. Similarly, those that defend professionals […]
By Jason Subbie & Ralph Picardi, Esq. Litigation is a punishing marathon. The process exacts an exhausting toll on the parties. A complex dispute can take several years from the date of the initial client dispute to the final verdict. And then, just when you think the dust has settled, there are almost always appeals. […]
There have been many articles about how to avoid law suits and what you should not do to attract problems with clients. So with a tongue firmly implanted in the cheek, we thought it would be fun to tell you what you should do to get sued. Accept an assignment that is beyond your expertise […]