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It’s a good idea to be aware of what client sign off means, why it makes good business sense to get it and how you can make sure you do.
The straightforward answer is something along the lines of ‘claims of negligence against you by a disgruntled client’. But that's only half the story.
Do web designers need insurance? The short answer is 'yes'. Find out what can go wrong, how insurance helps and how to stop it happening in the first place.
The OSHCR is asking members to meet various minimum entry criteria - including having professional indemnity (PI) insurance.
It's good business practice to have terms and conditions. Why? They protect you and make you look good. What else is there?
Professional indemnity for IT consultants isn't simple. With so many different roles, come so many different risks. Check your policy wording.