FAQs

Coverage Issues FAQs

Does the AIM policy provide coverage for my acts as a title agent or title abstractor?

 The AIM policy extends coverage to work performed as a title agent or title abstractor when these services are performed in an attorney-client relationship. The AIM policy, however, is not a title agent's errors and omissions insurance policy.

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“About two years ago, I had a claim made against a co-counsel and me.  AIM hired excellent counsel to represent me in the matter.  There were very unusual circumstances in the case and AIM and counsel were able to get the claim settled without a suit being filed.  Everything they and the attorneys did was done with my full involvement and with the utmost consideration for all of the many and complicated aspects created by such circumstances.  I have nothing but praise for all that you and the AIM team did in this situation.”

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