Professional Indemnity Insurance

If you provide advice or consulting services, you could benefit from Professional Indemnity cover

What is Professional indemnity Insurance?

If your business provides professional advice, offers consulting services, or handles data for a client, then you could benefit from Professional Indemnity insurance cover which protects your business against:

  • Professional negligence on a civil liability
  • Defence costs
  • Loss of documents or data
  • Unintentional breach of copyright and/or confidentiality
  • Libel and slander

Professional Indemnity insurance compensates the client for their lost resources, so everything’s taken care of.

Why you need Professional Indemnity insurance

Professional Indemnity insurance protects your financial stability and helps ensure that the public doesn’t suffer uncompensated loss. Insurers offer a wide range of limit options starting from £50,000, we can help you by providing guidance on what level of cover you may require.

Even if you didn’t do anything wrong, the cost of defending your reputation can be steep and Professional Indemnity insurance will make sure that these costs don’t harm your business. Find out more

Who needs Professional Indemnity insurance?

Professional Indemnity insurance is mandatory for many professions, especially those in the legal and medical industries. In addition, workers in IT, recruitment, media and management consultancy are just a few of the sectors where Professional Indemnity insurance can provide important protection, so if your business is providing professional services to third parties consider the following:

  • Do you have a duty of care to your clients or third party - regardless as to whether there is a contract in place
  • Do you provide consultations or advice to other businesses
  • Do you handle data belonging to a client

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How do I get Professional Indemnity insurance?

Professional Indemnity insurance cover is different for each business:

  • Whether your business is a Sole Trader or a Partnership
  • Number of employees/partners
  • Wage roll of the business
  • Annual turnover
  • What type of advice you provide, products sold and management issues

Find out more

Starting the process is easy please click on your profession or alternatively give us a call on the helpline number.

What our clients say

“Aon have looked after Battens non professional indemnity insurance for some time and from October 2014 have also been dealing with our PI insurance. In both cases the service and the claims support we have received has been superb.

Our primary contact throughout has been Marco D’Ovidio. I cannot speak highly enough of the quality of Marco’s advice, his attention to detail and his speed of response which really is second to none.”

David Stephens -  Chairman
Battens Solicitors

David Stephens - Battens

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