Miscellaneous Professional Liability Insurance

Counterpart's products are underwritten by Aspen Specialty Insurance Company (A.M. Best “A” Rating*) and Evanston Insurance Company, a Markel® Company (A.M. Best “A” Rating*).

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Policy Benefits

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Supplemental Expense Coverages

No Need To Negotiate

Broad Appetite

Disciplinary Proceeding, Subpoena Compliance and Crisis Management Event are always included from dollar one.

Counterpart includes Liability for BI/PD & Liability for Media Activities arising out of the Insured’s Professional Services in our standard offering.

Over 80 classes available.

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Supplemental Expense Coverages

Disciplinary Proceeding, Subpoena Compliance and Crisis Management Event are always included from dollar one.

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No Need To Negotiate

Counterpart includes Liability for BI/PD & Liability for Media Activities arising out of the Insured’s Professional Services in our standard offering.

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Broad Appetite

Over 80 classes available.

Who’s covered

Counterpart's extended coverage includes the company, subsidiaries, employees, and additional insureds when required by contract. Employees include:

  • Full-time
  • Part-time
  • Seasonal
  • Temporary
  • Leased employees
  • Independent contractors
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What’s covered

Our standard policy includes all of the most important coverages plus a few new innovations that are designed for the 21st century business.

An unintended misrepresentation.

An unintended exclusion of information.

Lack of proper care in business decisions.

Arising out of the Insured’s performance of Professional Services or Media Activities.

Arising out of Media Activities in connection with the Insured's performance of Professional Services.

Coverage within a company’s policy may differ from what is shown in Who's Covered and What’s Covered. Please refer to the purchased policy terms and conditions for actual coverage and discuss with your broker.

Meet Robert

Robert has a diverse insurance background, with extensive experience in underwriting, claims management, product management/development and wholesale producer roles. A licensed attorney and insurance producer, Robert has obtained the ARM, CPCU, RPLU and ASLI designations.

Robert Cap
Risk Engineer

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Miscellaneous Professional Insurance Claim Examples

Here are some claim examples that illustrate what Miscellaneous Professional Insurance covers.

A property manager rented a condominium unit to a new tenant in a largely residential neighborhood. Prior to entering the lease, the property manager contacted the tenant’s references, all of which checked out. However, not long after moving in, the tenant began throwing loud late-night parties, leading to multiple complaints from neighbors. After several written warnings from the property manager that failed to correct the problem, the property owner evicted the tenant and removed their property from the unit. The tenant sued both the property manager and the property owner for breach of the lease agreement, wrongful eviction, and violation of local landlord-tenant laws.

The plaintiff entered into a contract to open a franchise of a home healthcare company in the Midwest. As part of the agreement, the plaintiff was required to use a subsidiary of the franchisor to manage its medical billing and coding, revenue cycle management, and credentialing, in exchange for a separate royalty payment. The plaintiff claimed that the subsidiary mistakenly failed to submit timely and complete billing for various services, causing the plaintiff to miss out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue. The resulting financial strain allegedly forced the plaintiff to sell its franchise at a below-market price. The plaintiff sued the healthcare company and the medical billing subsidiary for a host of claims including negligence and declaratory relief.

A business hired a public relations and marketing firm to help promote the opening of their new store specializing in sustainably-produced artisan goods. The PR firm created an advertising campaign for the client that included the social media distribution of a coupon good for a discount on purchases made at the store’s grand opening. Unfortunately, the barcode on the final version of the coupon inadvertently granted a bigger discount than what had been agreed to and also failed to include an expiration date. Although the error was eventually fixed, the “extended sale” resulted in smaller profit margins for a longer period of time than the client expected or desired. The client filed suit against the PR firm for breach of contract and negligence.

These are examples of claims and do not represent claims that would be covered within a company’s policy. Every claim is unique and requires review of the purchased policy terms and conditions on whether the claim is covered.

The facts

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of business owners said they paid out of pocket for a liability claim because they lacked the right insurance at the time*


Average MPL claim**


of business owners have or plan to buy professional liability insurance in the next twelve months*

* Forbes, Inflation is the biggest worry among small business owners

**Chubb, Commercial E&O policy guide for agents and brokers

The Counterpart team has been an extremely valuable partner in this evolving marketplace.

Matt Shanks, Executive Vice President - Professional Lines

AmWINS Group

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*Rating as of April 30, 2022. A.M. Best ratings are under continuous review and subject to change. Please refer to Aspen’s website for the most current information. The rating represents the overall financial status of Aspen Specialty Insurance Company and is not a recommendation of the specific policy provisions, rates or practices of the issuing insurance company.
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