CRES includes Prior Acts coverage as a standard feature to cover past closings, as long as you have had continuous E&O insurance coverage with us or any insurance company.
If general, if you had coverage under a firm’s policy, and you changed firms, you would need to have an individual E&O policy in place before you made the change to ensure continuous coverage.
If you’ve had gaps in E&O coverage or no E&O coverage, we’re the only company that goes a step further to offer optional FULL Prior Acts coverage for ALL past transactions — even if your business doesn’t currently have an E&O policy. That’s security! (See our CRES Extras below).
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