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Fortegra's Rattner: When Developing E&O, It's Better to Be Specific

Mark Rattner, executive vice president and chief underwriter, Fortegra, said filing miscellaneous errors & omissions coverage is more difficult than developing for specific professionals such as accountants or architects.
October 09, 2017

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