Topic

Errors & omissions insurance

Errors & omissions insurance
What is errors and omissions insurance?
Errors and omissions insurance (E&O) can cover your legal costs if a client sues over the quality of your work. Compare free quotes and start a policy today.
Errors & omissions insurance
Errors and omissions coverage for insurance agents and adjusters
Compare E&O insurance quotes for insurance agents and agencies from top U.S. carriers with an easy 15-minute application from Insureon.
Errors & omissions insurance
Errors and omissions insurance for pet care businesses
E&O insurance, or professional liability, covers lawsuits over professional mistakes or oversights. Compare quotes for pet care businesses online with Insureon.
Professional liability insurance
Professional liability insurance for media and advertising businesses

Media liability insurance, a type of professional liability or E&O coverage, protects media and advertising professionals from lawsuits over mistakes or oversights. Compare business insurance quotes...

Professional liability insurance
Professional liability insurance for consultants

Independent consultants and owners of consulting businesses can compare quotes for professional liability insurance, also called errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, with Insureon’s free online...

General liability insurance
General liability vs. errors and omissions insurance

General liability insurance and errors and omissions insurance both protect businesses against common liabilities, but they cover different types of lawsuits. 

Errors & omissions insurance
When is errors and omissions insurance required?

Federal and state laws mandate errors and omissions insurance for certain professions. Small businesses may also need it to fulfill the requirements of a client contract or a licensing body.

Errors & omissions insurance
Errors and omissions insurance for independent contractors

Errors and omissions insurance (E&O) often doesn’t cover the mistakes made by independent contractors working for your business. To protect yourself from lawsuits, you may want to require contractors to carry coverage.

Showing 1 - 8 of 30
Save money by comparing insurance quotes from multiple carriers
What kind of work do you do?