Why can’t this policy be put in my business’s name?
This is an individual liability insurance policy. It must be in the practitioner’s name but, as a sole proprietor, your business name is also covered. If you have a corporation or partnership, your business may be added as an additional insured.
What does this policy not cover?
After I have stopped practicing, am I still covered?
As long as your policy was in effect at the time of the incident, you are covered under our policy. You must report a professional liability claim or product liability claim within two years after your policy expires.
If I lose my confirmation of coverage, what do I do?
Call us and we will mail you a copy, free of charge. Your confirmation of coverage is your proof that you have NACAMS liability coverage. We urge our clients to keep their confirmation of coverage in a secure place with their other important documents.
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