30 Tips from 30 Years

Ever since its founding in 1986 by a group of CPAs who organized about 1,400 CPA firms into a mutual insurance company, CAMICO has been directed and managed by CPAs, providing professional liability, employment practices, and other solutions for CPA firms.

Over that 30-year period, CAMICO has grown to more than 8,200 CPA firms in 45 states and the District of Columbia. A major component of CAMICO’s success is the company distinguishing itself by providing CPA-centric services and products that CPAs can’t find anywhere else—also known as The CAMICO Experience.

Since its inception, CAMICO has helped CPA firms with effective risk management services that cover virtually all scopes of CPA practice, providing services that focus on CPAs and policyholders before anyone else.

Here’s a brief Q&A that contains some pertinent facts:

Q: How many claims has CAMICO managed since 1986?
A: 7,736. That’s an average of 258 claims per year. CAMICO stands by its policyholders through thick and thin!

Q: How many pre-claims situations has CAMICO helped policyholders resolve over its 30 years?
A: 28,516 pre-claims, an average of 950 pre-claims situations per year—a lot of CPAs have never been sued because of CAMICO’s proactive approach to risk management.

Q. How many Loss Prevention advisory hotline calls has CAMICO handled since 1986?
A: Approximately 127,000 through 2015, an average of more than 4,200 calls per year. Our Loss Prevention specialists love to help CPA firms stay out of trouble. They are on a mission.

In the spirit of that mission, CAMICO has developed "30 Tips from 30 Years"—a collection of valuable insights, information and lessons learned from claims, pre-claims and hotline calls, from 1986 through 2016.

The tips are available on CAMICO’s public website (www.camico.com) under “News” and “Blog”, or by clicking www.camico.com/blog/30-Tips-from-30-Years. Happy reading and happy 30th anniversary! Thank you for choosing CAMICO and allowing us to serve you.

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