Here's an example of what it might be like to request proof of coverage for 4 vendors that require 4 types of insurance to do business with the requesting entity (certificate holder)...
VENDOR 1
AGENT 1 WRITES:
GENERAL LIABILITY 
EXPIRES 1/1/2018 

COMMERCIAL AUTO
EXPIRES 1/1/2018

WORKERS' COMPENSATION
EXPIRES 1/1/2018

PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY
EXPIRES 1/1/2018
VENDOR CERTIFICATE COUNT
1
VENDOR AGENT COUNT
1
RENEWAL COI REQUEST COUNT
1
VENDOR 2
AGENT 1 WRITES:
GENERAL LIABILITY 
EXPIRES 2/2/2018 

COMMERCIAL AUTO
EXPIRES 2/2/2018

PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY
EXPIRES 5/1/2018

AGENT 2 WRITES:

WORKERS' COMPENSATION 
EXPIRES 8/1/2018
VENDOR CERTIFICATE COUNT
2
VENDOR AGENT COUNT
2
RENEWAL COI REQUEST COUNT
3
3 EXPIRATION DATES
VENDOR 3


AGENT 1 WRITES:
GENERAL LIABILITY 
EXPIRES 9/9/2018 

COMMERCIAL AUTO
EXPIRES 4/2/2018

AGENT 2 WRITES:

WORKERS' COMPENSATION 
EXPIRES 3/1/2018


AGENT 3 WRITES:

PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY
EXPIRES 11/3/2018
VENDOR CERTIFICATE COUNT
3
VENDOR AGENT COUNT
3
RENEWAL COI REQUEST COUNT
4
4 EXPIRATION DATES
VENDOR 4
AGENT 1 WRITES
GENERAL LIABILITY
EXPIRES 10/10/2018 

AGENT 2 WRITES:

COMMERCIAL AUTO
EXPIRES 7/2/2018

AGENT 3 WRITES:

WORKERS' COMPENSATION 
EXPIRES 1/1/2018


AGENT 4 WRITES:

PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY
EXPIRES 12/12/2018
VENDOR CERTIFICATE COUNT
4
VENDOR AGENT COUNT
4
RENEWAL COI REQUEST COUNT
4
4 EXPIRATION DATES
Don't bother doing the math.
It shouldn't be this way...
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