Professional Indemnity Insurance

Prosure offers Professional Indemnity Insurance for a wide range of clients including accountants, architects, IT consultants, photographers and more.

What does Professional Indemnity Cover?

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Professional Services

PI Insurance is recommended for those businesses that give advice or offer a professional service to other Companies. It provides cover if you are negligent or make a mistake which causes a client’s business to suffer a financial loss.

02.

What level of professional indemnity cover do you need?

In many cases your client will dictate the level of cover required. It is worth checking your client’s expectations as to the Insurance levels they would require you to hold before taking on any work.

03.

Things to check on Professional Indemnity policies

Check any exclusions that may apply, make sure that cover limits match any requirements of your client base and always check the cover includes legal expenses.

What You Need To Know

Who Needs It?

PI can typically apply to Accountants, IT consultants, journalists, architects and financial advisors.

Cover

PI covers you if you are negligent or make a mistake which causes the client to suffer a financial loss.

Costs

PI is often paid on a monthly direct debit and runs indefinitely (rather than annually) due to timescales incidents can occur in.

What should I do now?

In addition to providing a quote for the specific insurance you have searched for, we can review your other insurances at the same time, including (but not limited to) buildings, public liability, business-interruption, fleet, engineering and stock.

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Accreditations
& Regulatory Information

Prosure Insurance Services is an Appointed Representative of TEn Insurance Services which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Registered in the United Kingdom under Company Number OC389721.

Prosure Insurance Services is registered under the Data Protection Act 1988, reference 2A035652.

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