Special Feature: Safety net invaluable in current real estate market

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Special Feature: Safety net invaluable in current real estate market

Real estate has always been considered a high-risk area of practice, and in 2020, real estate reached its highest recorded portion of claims in the market. Running a successful law practice that deals in real estate comes with unique challenges and competition.

Lawyers must ensure that all internal processes are properly adhered to, but it’s not uncommon for experienced lawyers to accidentally overlook details.

This special feature from FCT highlights the benefits of E&O products in real estate practice.

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  • How E&O products can minimize errors in your transactions
  • How extra coverage can mitigate reputational risks
  • Why an E&O Complete policy can help lawyers

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