Professional Risks

Professional Indemnity Insurance provides insurance for companies, partnerships and sole-traders where there is a breach of professional duty, or an alleged loss, as a result of an error.

As the provider of professional advice, it is essential that consideration is given to purchasing such insurance protection. The ease of litigation in the UK is resulting in an escalation of cases going to the UK Courts where there is an alleged breach of professional duty.

There are a range of businesses who can understand the value of such protection against mistakes and omissions, these include media companies, IT consultants, conference organisers, management consultants and more. If expert knowledge, specific skills, or professional services are supplied, it is important to consider Professional Indemnity Insurance to protect your interests fully.

We have a wealth of experience in the arranging of bespoke cover for many clients in various business sectors and would welcome the opportunity to review potential exposures with you.

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    Ilford, Essex,
    IG1 4TG

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