Why Do Companies Require Them?
A certificate of insurance is a document that purports to verify the existence of insurance. The certificate usually is sent to a third party who wants evidence that an insurance policy protecting that third party has been issued. It also shifts responsibility to buy insurance coverage and in that way reduces insurance costs. This video discusses certificates of insurance and why they are issued.
Robert M. Horkovich, Esq.
Anderson Kill P.C.
- Managing shareholder of Anderson Kill P.C., a national policyholder law firm
- Recovered more than $5 billion from insurance companies for policyholders since 1989
- Trial counsel for the State of California for insurance recovery for the Stringfellow Acid Pits
- Engaged on several significant projects by the United Nations as its general insurance counsel
- The go-to person in the area of insurance recovery, according to a client cited by Chambers USA, which has recognized him as a leading insurance recovery attorney every year since 2005
- Achieved the highest rating with Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
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