errors and omissions

Definition of "errors and omissions"
  1. A type of insurance that covers professionals against claims of negligence or inadequate work
How to use "errors and omissions" in a sentence
  1. The architect was glad she had errors and omissions insurance when the client found fault with her design.
  2. The accountant decided to enhance his coverage with errors and omissions insurance to protect against future litigation.
  3. Recognizing the inherent risks in his work, the attorney took out errors and omissions insurance.

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