|[November 26, 2012]
CAMICO Launches Subpoena Services Resource Center for Policyholders
SAN MATEO, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
the nation's largest CPA-focused program of specialty liability
insurance for the accounting profession, has launched a Subpoena
Services Resource Center to enhance its already unlimited subpoena
services to CAMICO policyholder CPA firms.
The Subpoena Services Resource Center provides information, resources
and template letters pertaining to subpoenas, including a comprehensive
"Frequently Asked Questions" document as well as related materials on
Internal Revenue Service and Treasury regulations. The Resource Center
currently offered to policyholders, including a claims hotline for
individual specialized assistance.
CAMICO claims specialists assist policyholders with several hundred
subpoenas per year, advising policyholders on how to comply with a
number of rules and regulations that are intended to protect client
confidentiality. No claim or potential claim is required for a
policyholder firm to access unlimited use of the company's subpoena
"Facing a subpoena can be a daunting situation, and our Subpoena
Services Resource Center is intended to assist policyholders while
giving them a better understanding of what to expect," said Hillary
J. Bates, CAMICO vice president of claims. "With this
additional benefit, policyholders now have even more tools to help them
minimize professional liability risk and manage their practices."
In addition to subpoena assistance, CAMICO offers policyholders an array
of other practice
management tools that can be utilized in efforts to protect CPAs
from potential claims. Those tools include a Loss Prevention Hotline, a
Tax Advice Hotline, an Accounting and Auditing Hotline, and Pre-Claim
and Claim assistance.
currently delivers specialty liability insurance and related services to
more than 8,000 CPA firms and 53,000 staff members in 45 states and the
District of Columbia. The CAMICO program is sponsored by state CPA
societies and associations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Greater
Washington D.C., Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New
York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia and Washington.
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