PIAPRO E&O — Now Open for Business
PIA members are taking control of their E&O destiny with the launch of a new captive insurance company. PIAPRO, the PIA Professional Liability Insurance Company, is a Risk Retention Group (RRG) formed to offer errors and omissions coverage exclusively to PIA members*. PIAPRO is a PIA agent-owned, PIA agent-controlled independent company.
PIAPRO is partnering with Argo Group to offer an admitted program available exclusively to PIA members backed by Argonaut Midwest Insurance Company and Argonaut Insurance Company, rated “A” by A.M. Best & Co.
Designed by and for PIA Members: PIAPRO was created by your fellow PIA members. Through PIAPRO, PIA members have taken control of their E&O destiny. So what does PIAPRO mean to you? PIAPRO provides:
- stability in PIA members’ E&O market
- coverage tailored to PIA members with Standard and Enhanced forms
- ownership in your E&O program with an opportunity to shape the company through your direct input
- fairness and competitive pricing
- great policy holder services
For a list of policy highlights, please visit the PIAPRO website at www.pia-pro.com. There you will also find additional information about PIAPRO, including an FAQ, a rate indication form and more.
Open for Business: PIAPRO is now writing policies. We hope you will give your state’s PIA E&O producer a chance to provide you with a premium indication or quotation. The product is not yet available in all states, but it is available in many states with more coming on board all the time. To see if PIAPRO is available in your state, please go to www.pia-pro.com or contact your local PIA state association’s E&O producer.
Thank you for supporting PIAPRO, the only agent-owned company offering professional liability E&O coverage to independent insurance agents.
* Membership in the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA National) must be in good standing at all times. This article is not intended to provide full coverage details. A complete listing of these coverages including exclusions and limitations can be found in the policy forms. If differences exist between these summaries and the policy forms, the policy forms will govern. The policies may vary or be unavailable in some states.