Prior Acts coverage refers to how far back in time your professional liability insurance policy covers you for services you rendered to clients.
The Prior Acts date is the inception date of coverage. As long as a policyholder has maintained continuous Errors and Omissions coverage from that date, the E&O policy in place at the time the incident is reported would be responsible for paying any covered claims.
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