Risk Control/Claims Hotline
Your direct line to risk control and prevention.
Experienced risk control specialists and claim professionals are only a phone call away with the CNA Risk Control/Claims Hotline. AICPA Professional Liability Insurance Program policyholders are entitled to hotline access — at no additional charge — all year round.
Risk control, Option 2
Receive professional guidance from experienced risk control specialists with backgrounds in accountants professional liability and public accounting. The focus on the accounting profession makes this a valuable resource in the prevention of malpractice claims. Risk Control may also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, contact phone number, firm name, and policy number in your email.
Subpoenas, Option 3
CNA's subpoena assistance will guide you and retain an attorney to provide advice in the event you are served with a subpoena for documents or testimony during the policy period arising out of an act or omission in the rendering of professional services, provided the subpoena arises out of a lawsuit to which you are not a party and you have not been engaged to provide testimony in connection with the lawsuit.
Claims management, Option 4
Discuss your claim, request information, or seek advice about reporting a claim or potential claim from experienced claim professionals.
Legal referrals, Option 4
Speak with a claims specialist who can refer you to qualified attorneys when necessary to discuss professional liability matters.
The CNA Risk Control/Claims Hotline aims to achieve one of the primary goals of the AICPA Professional Liability Insurance Program — to help prevent accountants malpractice claims before they arise.
Get the advice you need to practice accounting safely and effectively.
Call (800) CNA-8060 today.
Advice provided via the CNA Risk Control/Claims Hotline should not be viewed as a substitute for the guidance and recommendations of a retained professional. Potential claims or claims must be reported in writing to CNA. Discussion of a claim or potential claim with risk control specialists or claim professionals should not be construed as or substituted for a “written notice” as required by the policy.