Retaliatory Suits

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Retaliatory Suits

Retaliatory Suits

Claims against professionals, filed by their clients, that allege negligence. Retaliatory suits are normally in response to the professional's attempt to collect fees for services performed. Retaliatory suits are typically covered by all forms of professional liability insurance.

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a: The business of insuring persons or property.

b: Coverage by contract whereby one party undertakes to indemnify or guarantee another against loss by a specified contingency or peril.

c: The sum for which something is insured.

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