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Joe Ferry is a Philadelphia lawyer with a national practice advising home inspectors on liability issues. He is a professional attorney who understands the inner workings of the home inspection industry and the legality that often finds home inspectors just like you fighting for your professional reputation and livelihood.

Joe created ClaimIntercept™, his proprietary strategic response to potential E&O claims against home inspectors initiated by demand letters from former clients and their attorneys, to combat the abundance of meritless claims he saw cropping up against hard-working, competent home inspection professionals. The two largest insurance carriers serving the home inspector Errors & Omissions Insurance market have adopted this program.

For more information about ClaimIntercept™ and how you can receive Joe's legal services on a pre-paid basis, click HERE.

For the last half-decade, Joe has also toured the nation with the Law and Disorder Seminar, a four-hour presentation that provides the tools and techniques home inspectors should utilize for lowering their liability and effectively dealing with claim issues. He has since packaged that seminar into an online offering now available for viewing at your convenience!


Joe Ferry, Home Inspector Lawyer

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