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Describes the fraudulent deception of another person, or the intentional or malicious refusal to perform some duty or contractual obligation. Specific to insurance, it can describe conduct by an insurer that exceeds mere negligence, such as intentionally delaying, underpaying, or denying a claim. Please see Extracontractual Damages.
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Administrators for the Professions of Delaware, Inc. ("AFPD") http://www.programbusiness.com/tracking/sftracker.asp?Sfid=243 was formed in 1986 to act as a program manager to insurance companies for professional liability insurance. AFPD provides marketing, underwriting, billing, collections, and data processing services to two insurance companies.
AFPD has a staff of professionals whose sole purpose is to provide the very best service to their clients. Building a long-term relationship with our agents is most important.
AFPD underwrites each risk on an individual basis. If your agency specializes in Lawyers professional liability and or Dentists professional liability and has a book of business, we can help you.
Dentists Professional Liability Program
Lawyers Professional Liability Program
For more information, visit the AFPD storefront at http://www.programbusiness.com/tracking/sftracker.asp?Sfid=243. Click for the whole story...