Protection from lawsuits due to notarial mistakes.
Notary errors and omissions (E&O) liability insurance built to safeguard your business.
Can you afford a lawsuit because you made an innocent notarial mistake? Notary errors and omissions (E&O) liability insurance protects you when you make a mistake that causes your client to suffer a financial loss.
What is notary errors and omissions (E&O) liability insurance?
Notarial lawsuits are becoming increasingly common. As a notary public, you may make a mistake that could cost one of your customers time and money. The smallest mistake can be very costly. Even if you made no errors, you could easily be accused of making a mistake. Do not suffer a substantial financial loss (your savings, your home, your business) when you could be protected.
It is a common misconception that your notary bond protects you—the notary. The bond protects your customers. It is a requirement that you pay the bonding company back if they must make a payment on a claim.
E. R. Munro and Company’s notary liability policies not only covers notarial errors and omissions but coverage for lawyer’s fees (subject to policy provisions) as well.
We offer notary liability policies ranging from $10,000 to $35,000 in coverage, for 50 states and the District of Columbia—$50,000 and $100,000 policies are also available in 40 states.
Protect yourself and your business with a notary liability policy. Policy prices and terms vary. Are you also a signing agent? Notary E&O insurance only covers the work you complete as a notary public and does not cover signing agent duties such as reviewing documents with the borrower, calculating recission dates, and return of date-sensitive loan packages to name a few. To ensure you have the coverage you need, review more information for signing agent liability insurance. If you have questions, contact our agency today regarding E&O insurance that will cover your work as a notary and a signing agent!
Available Notary E&O Policies
Call 877-376-8676 (877-ERMUNRO) to speak with an agent.
Notary Errors and Omissions (E&O) Liability Insurance Application
Please download the notary errors and omissions liability insurance application from our insurance application page below.
Are you still in need of your notary public bond?
Bonds are required in many states as part of the notary appointment and reappointment process. E. R. Munro and Company provides notary bonds at competitive prices in 30 states and the District of Columbia. Go to our notary bonds page to view the rates and terms offered for the notary bond required in your state.
Notary Errors and Omissions (E&O) Liability Insurance Information Request
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