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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Notary Lawsuit Protection

Limit your chances of being named in a lawsuit
Preventing liability losses is a priority and we do everything we can to help our members avoid costly lawsuits. Even when they have performed their official duties properly, Notaries are increasingly being named in lawsuits.
Reducing risk begins with preparation and "Steps to Prevent Notary Claims will help you do that. "What to Do If It Happens to You" reinforces best practices to follow and strategies to take if there's ever a claim on your bond or E&O policy. Download this printout for easy reference and you'll learn:
  • Why a Blank Line in a Document Is an Invitation for Fraud
  • How a Sloppy Journal Can Be a Red Flag in Court
  • The Importance of Watching Your Commission Expiration Date
  • The One Fact Never to Disclose to Opposing Counsel
Download the PDF file
Access these additional resources provided by the NNA:
Watch the Videos to Learn How to Protect Yourself
Posted on July 5, 2011
Bill Anderson, NNA VP of Best Practices and eNotarization, reviews 10 steps Notaries can take to prevent being named in legal claims.
Posted on July 5, 2011
Richard Busch, Attorney for Merchants Bonding Company, explains what Notaries should do if they are named in a legal claim.
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