Coverage for Attorneys in Private Practice

Our core focus is Lawyers Professional Liability insurance, also known as “errors and omissions insurance” or “legal malpractice insurance,” for Oklahoma Bar members in private practice. Our coverage includes acts or omissions for legal services rendered by the firm.

You deserve simple, straightforward coverage that is custom created for you and your firm. Our policy, which provides broad coverage, is clearly written and created with your firm’s needs in mind. Watch our video or read below to learn more.


Policy Features

Limits

Starting with $100,000 per claim, up to $15,000,000 per claim.

Tail Coverage

Options available for 1 year, 3 years or unlimited.

Deductible

Options beginning at $1,000.

Of Counsel

Coverage available

Claims Expense Allowance

Beginning at $50,000 annual, in addition to your policy limits.

Worldwide Coverage

Policy applies to acts, errors or omissions occurring anywhere.

Prior Acts Coverage

Available upon approval.

Please apply via one of the following options:

Or, if you prefer to apply via PDF, please choose one of the options below:

Please apply via one of the following options:

Or, if you prefer to apply via PDF, please choose one of the options below:


Additional Products

Cyber Liability

A data breach can be devastating to your practice. At OAMIC, we made the decision to include this coverage at no additional cost to our insureds.

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Employment Practices Liability

Coverage against claims made by employees alleging discrimination, wrongful termination and harassment.

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Office Package Policy

A comprehensive solution that combines your firm’s office contents and general liabilities, including buildings, computers, records and more.

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Workers Comp

Coverage provides the necessary medical and wage replacement for employees injured on the job.

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Court Bonds

We offer a broad range of bonds that includes probate bonds, notary bonds and civil court bonds.

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Common Questions

How is my premium calculated?

Because of the nature of legal malpractice insurance claims, the underwriting risk for an attorney does not fully mature until there is approximately 6 full years of prior exposure that is insured. Therefore, for your first six years, your premium is less because of this limited exposure. This pricing methodology is called Step Rate credit.

How do I keep my coverage if I retire?

An attorney can only purchase professional liability insurance while in active practice. This poses a problem for an attorney who is going to go into retirement, become a judge, change firms or enter a non-legal profession. That’s where tail coverage comes in, which is also known as an extended reporting endorsement.

Apply for Coverage

Apply for coverage today through our convenient online portal. In most cases, you will receive a quote within 24 hours.