A claim means a written demand for monetary damages or a civil adjudicatory or arbitration proceeding for mon-etary damages against an Insured for a wrongful act which is defined as any negligent act, error or omission of or personal injury (libel, slander, defamation ect) caused by the Insured in rendering or failing to render professional services. A claim must be first made against the Insured and reported to the Insurer during your certificate period. For your protection, the policy also includes an aware-ness provision. If you become aware of a circumstance that could reasonably give rise to a future claim, this provision allows you to provide written notice of such circumstance. If your notice of circumstance provides details as to the potential claimants, the wrongful act and other details, then a claim (otherwise covered by this policy) which is subsequently made against you arises out of the wrongful act for which you gave previous notice, shall be deemed to have been “made” at the time such written notice was received by the Insurer.