A large premium adjustment due to an insurance policy audit can be an unwelcome surprise, especially if there is confusion around the accuracy of the figures.
As your advocate, it’s our job to fight for you.
The bottom line is, all parties — insured, broker and carrier — all want accuracy around exposure and the associated rates and premiums.
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