Professional Errors & Omissions
Since its founding in 1977, Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. has successfully defended the full range of professional malpractice claims. In addition to defending errors and omissions matters, a significant portion of the firm’s practice involves the comprehensive representation of professionals in their business and transactional matters including physicians, corporate directors and officers, accountants, investment brokers, insurance agents and brokers, real estate brokers, dentists, architects and engineers, and the medical and dental schools at our local university. We also had the unique experience of creating a medical malpractice insurance carrier which included corporate structure, tax issues, regulatory approvals and negotiations with state authorities and agencies.
As Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. regularly advises professionals on risk management strategy, practice group formation, pension plan establishment, and the full gamut of issues that a professional practitioner would face, we bring a well-grounded knowledge of the responsibilities, governance, ethical standards, licensing requirements, and terminology associated with the professions which enhances our ability to defend claims of professional negligence and malfeasance.
We are fully experienced in defending Errors and Omissions claims in:
- Accounting Malpractice
- Architects & Engineers Errors & Omissions
- Director & Officers Errors & Omissions
- Employment Practices Liability
- Healthcare Liability
- Legal Malpractice
- Real Estate Agents & Brokers Errors & Omissions
- Insurance Agents & Brokers Errors & Omissions
- Investment/Financial Institution Agents & Brokers Errors & Omissions
Our firm enjoys a national reputation as a leader in the area of insurance coverage and extra contractual liability and professional liability insurance companies often come to us for coverage analysis and opinions in relation to professional liability claims. Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. has extensive experience representing these professionals in actions by private parties and governmental entities, including addressing allegations of violations of the Martin Act.