Directors' and officers' insurance is a must if you own or help run a business. That's because you can be held personally liable if things go wrong.
Employers’ liability insurance is a legal requirement if you have employees. Find out what it does and why you may need it even when you think you don't.
Professional indemnity is 'claims made' insurance. Other types of insurance are 'claims occurring'. But what's the difference? And why does it matter?
Asking is the first step to understanding. So here's 5 key business insurance questions and answers to help lift the fog on what can be a tricky subject.
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