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  1. Eh, not really, MO'H. You only had to indemnify them for your negligence, not theirs. A weak inspector? Please. I have never met a weak inspector. This business is not for the weak, though hausdok may see a skewed sample. The tens of hundreds that I have met are vastly overqualified, highly competent professionals and ethical in the extreme. Most claims against home inspectors are not meritorious: 95% in my personal experience. The problem is that you have to defend them and that can be extremely expensive. The problem is that once a claim goes into suit and your insurance company engag
  2. With E & O your assets are at risk up to your deductible. Without E & O, your assets are at risk up to their value. Very true. In fact, the most truthful statement MO'H has ever made. Always good advice - but you knew that! Unless you are independently wealthy you should also hedge your bets with E & O Insurance. ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!! Mike
  3. Scott - Anybody can be found these days. Especially a high profile guy like you. Claims made is all you need. Occurrence is a waste of money, if you are staying in business and are continuously insured, i. e., no gaps in coverage. You do not need occurrence coverage to change companies. Your new company will cover you back to the original date [your retro date] that you became insured. You must indicate what your retro date is on the application to your new insurer. You only need tail coverage when you leave the business. And it only covers you for 3 years. Generally, that is enough.
  4. Well, one thing about the "'Rednedk' [sic] Misc. forum over at Nick's place", Rich, is he does not "delete" anything. If you oppose free speech, perhaps you should emigrate. Regards, Joe
  5. Men and women are . . . well . . . incompatible. Nevertheless, that's not a story likely to make them more compatible.
  6. Scott is correct. Brinks is a highly reputable company and you are only leaving money on the table by not promoting Brinks.
  7. You think? Did you hear him thank President Obama? And why isn't that in everyone's email inbox and on youtube? The guy is in way over his head. We'll be lucky to be even after his term is up.
  8. Could this forum be more irrelevant? May be time to deep-six this, Mike.
  9. Has Gil gone into the Witness Protection Program?
  10. Why? Because there are some people out there trying to raise the bar on what a home inspection should include. I guess it's all the other 'bucketheads' that keep you in business. Quod erat demonstrandum.
  11. The two previous posts vindicate my position beyond all doubt. Never have a home inspector as your arbitrator.
  12. I doubt he wrote anything near what I suggested; you stated you "answered 3 recent request letters"; that tells me all I need to know. I never suggested the house was re-inspected I said 'Not being an attorney, I do believe I would have won the case against Mr. F.' If I did represent that client, then I would have had it re-inspected; twice. Mr. Ferry, I'm not on a high horse, never was nor will be. I'm just a normal guy trying to do the best I can for my clients. However, if I were on a high horse, it would take a BETTER man than you to knock me down. If I erroneously jumped
  13. I doubt he wrote anything near what I suggested; you stated you "answered 3 recent request letters"; that tells me all I need to know. I never suggested the house was re-inspected I said 'Not being an attorney, I do believe I would have won the case against Mr. F.' If I did represent that client, then I would have had it re-inspected; twice. Mr. Ferry, I'm not on a high horse, never was nor will be. I'm just a normal guy trying to do the best I can for my clients. However, if I were on a high horse, it would take a BETTER man than you to knock me down. If I erroneously jumped
  14. I'm off to Inspection World. Stop at the EliteMGA booth and say hello.
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