Insurance Coverage and Pre-Inspection Agreements

Are Pre-Inspection Agreements related to Insurance Coverage?

Written by Nick Gromicko
Updated over a week ago

It is true that most insurers will not provide insurance coverage to a home inspector without a signed Pre-Inspection Agreement (PIA). 

The defenses available under a well-written PIA could be the difference between a carrier having to pay $50,000 and $500.

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