Travelers Insurance Is Still a Viable E&O Option for Collectors

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ROSWELL, Ga. — Many ARM industry companies renew their errors & omissions insurance in May, and are looking for more choices before choosing their provider.

Contrary to some rumors in recent months, Travelers is still a viable E&O option for collectors. If you still have your coverage with Travelers, you may not have to switch to an unknown insurer at renewal time.

Many collectors have told us that they are more comfortable sticking with a familiar provider. With Cornerstone, you can now obtain your E&O renewal quotes from Travelers along with many other insurers.

Cornerstone is committed to giving you E&O renewal choices. By impartially shopping the market for you, we use competition to drive down prices and make sure you are getting the best value. If coverage for TCPA settlements is a critical factor for you, we have several great options for that exposure as well.

Don’t make the switch to a new provider without letting us offer some competitive choices first. Call Cornerstone @ 770-587-4595 and let us find out if Travelers, or one of our other trusted carriers, is the best fit to defend you against debtor lawsuits.

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