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Just about all attorney’s professional liability policies are now written on a “claims made and reported” basis. That means it is the policy in effect when the claim is made against you and reported to your insurance company that applies to the claim. If the policy expires before the claim is reported to the insurance company, the policy will not cover the claim. Also, most policies do not cover claims the lawyer already knows about, or should have known about, when the policy was purchased.