Obtaining a Texas notary license to notarize records for the public is a simple and inexpensive process at Keystone Insurance Services, Inc. We will be happy to assist you with the application and to address your expressed insurance concerns. We understand cost is a concern for every business. Therefore, we are committed to assisting you in maintaining a low application cost as well.
Our Texas Notary Public Insurance Program May Include*:
- Notary Public Bond: This bond protects the public, but it does not protect you.
- Notary Public Errors and Omissions: This type of insurance policy protects you from errors and omissions resulting in costly and time-consuming lawsuits while performing your duties as a notary public.
- Business Auto
- Business Liability: General liability (protects you against third party bodily injury and property damage), premises and operations, products, personal injury, advertising injury, medical payments, hired and non-owned automobile liability.
- Business Property: Covers buildings and business personal property on a replacement cost basis. No coinsurance option available.
- Account Receivables
- Business Income and Extra Expense: Coverage provides lost income for suspended operations due to a covered loss.
- Computer Fraud
- Electronic Data Processing Equipment, Data and Media: Enhanced perils include coverage for loss due to electric current, mechanical breakdown, and power failure.
- Equipment Breakdown: Coverage includes power generating equipment, and production equipment.
- Employee Dishonesty: Covers loss of money and other business personal property belonging to the insured by dishonest or fraudulent acts of the insured’s employees.
- Valuable Papers and Records: Client files primary coverage, in transit, or at a location other than the described premises options are available. Option includes the cost to research, replace or restore lost information.
- Directors and Officers Liability
- Employment Practices Liability
- Privacy Liability: As a Texas notary you will be exposed to many personal records which you may maintain for many years. You may have the expectations of your clients and be required by law to maintain the privacy of these records. How will you address your clients' privacy concerns should their private or personal information records become public? Privacy liability policies and the support you will receive from partners who understand this business is extremely valuable should you need it.
- Workers Compensation
*Not a comprehensive list.