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Real Estate: Professional Liability Insurance Defense

Kramer & Connolly counsel real estate professionals and such industry organizations as the Maryland Land Title Association on errors and omissions which may prompt lawsuits.

To preserve the integrity of the industry, and to minimize the risk of liability to real estate professionals, Kramer & Connolly counsel their clients and such industry organizations as the Maryland Land Title Association on errors and omissions which may prompt lawsuits.

The growing risk of litigation has reduced the ranks of malpractice insurers, forcing title agents, abstracters, real estate agents, and appraisers to pay staggering insurance premiums or to lose insurance altogether.  This has actually forced many companies out of business.  Perhaps the most litigious area of real estate litigation centers on the ever-expanding duties of title agents and settlement attorneys, who are often embroiled in lawsuits involving real estate flipping, negligence and fraud accusations.  To minimize the risk of litigation, preserve their insurance coverage and avoid monetary losses at trial, Kramer & Connolly helps you "win the title" with the following crash course on the liability of title agents and settlement attorneys:

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