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It is common for businesses that provide professional advice to carry E&O (Errors and Omissions) insurance.  But, what about the rest of us?  Protecting your business from a lawsuit is more complex than just having liability coverage.  Good business practices can help prevent messy, expensive litigation.  By thinking defensively you can provide yourself and your employees with guidelines that help prevent mistakes from becoming lawsuits.  E&O insurance providers require clients to create and follow a company standard in order to mitigate or prevent loss. 

Here are just a few 'good business practices' that can prevent claims in any line of business:

* Maintain a defensive, PROFESSIONAL attitude
* Always request a 2nd opinion and have a witness present
* Prepare for possible court cases (reserves, coverage, and professional advice)
* Carefully store files and telephone logs, maintain ex-employees contact information

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