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Pennsylvania Signing Agent E&O Insurance

Protect Yourself from a Lawsuit

Should an experienced signing agent be covered by Signing Agent Errors & Omissions (E&O) Insurance?

Absolutely. Here's why…

What Is Signing Agent E&O Insurance?

Notary Errors and Omissions (E&O) Insurance only covers notarizations you do during a signing. It does not protect you when you are reviewing documents with the customer, providing rescission date calculations, or returning the paperwork to the loan provider.

Having the proper type of liability insurance will provide assistance and protection for defending yourself in a lawsuit, even if you are innocent.

As an independent signing agent, there is unlimited personal liability for losses caused by any errors you make during the signing.

Signing Agent E&O Insurance is designed to fill the gaps not covered by traditional Notary E&O Insurance.

Under the protection of Signing Agent E&O, a policy will provide coverage for:

  • Innocent errors or omissions related to signing agent notarial acts
  • Incorrectly dating the right of rescission
  • Missed initials or non-notarized signatures
  • Unauthorized changes made to documents
  • Negligence of the signing agent to complete the documents in a timely manner
  • Slow return of date-sensitive documents

To qualify for Signing Agent E&O Insurance, you:

  • Must have taken signing agent training and earned certification
  • Hold membership in a professional association
  • Keep a register or journal
For more information on Signing Agent E&O, please visit E. R. Munro and Company or call 877-ERMUNRO (376-8676) and speak with an insurance agent.

Notary E&O Insurance

Notary E&O insurance protects you from out-of-pocket expenses due to mistakes that cause your customer financial loss. The policy pays your claim first before your bond.

Learn about Notary E&O