Copying and Duplicating

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Do you own or are you looking to start a copying and duplicating business? If so, it's very important that you cover yourself as a business owner from potential lawsuits by purchasing business insurance.

In addition to copying all your ADA codes into an insurance plan, you can copy insurance plans from one insurance group into another patient’s insurance plan. This would be very useful when patients have similar plans. You would then save time by then editing only as needed.

You must be sure that you want to copy into this current insurance plan. Once you have copied another plan into the current plan, any changes that had been saved in the original plan will be lost even if you choose not to save the changes you just made.

Print and copy shops can be sued for negligence in performing their duties:

In fact,  printers have been sued for:

  • Copyright infringement
  • Refusing to print things that go against their conscience
  • Printing mistakes

What would you do if you were hit with a liability suit for more than your current insurance covered?

Thankfully, here at Skyscraper insurance, we have experience helping copying just like yours. We understand the liabilities that come from printing newspapers, magazines, books, t-shirts, banners, postcards, envelopes, and letterheads for your clients and customers. Likewise, we understand the liabilities that are involved with printing and copying these things.

Insurance companies have always been very concerned about the problem of a policyholder having duplicate coverage with more than one insurance company with the result that you make a profit from the claims you submit to more than one insurance company for the same expenses.

One might argue that the Insured has a right to do that if he is paying the premium on each policy. There are several problems with that position. First, insurance policies are designed to insure against financial risk, not to provide an opportunity for the insured to make a profit. Second, the premium pricing of policies is based on very careful actuarial assumptions as to what amount of expenses you, the Insured, are likely to incur and submit as claims each year.

In either case, it is bad for the honest insurance consumer. Insurance rates will either go through the roof and policies will become too expensive for most people or there won’t be any insurance company from whom to buy insurance. Those are both bad options.