Don’t pick up the phone to that do-it-all, household-name insurer just yet. There are compelling reasons to use an insurance broker instead.
The pen is mightier than the sword, right? Sure is. Until things go wrong. If that happens, insurance for copywriters is a much better bet.
Retroactive cover bolts on to your professional indemnity and picks up claims arising from work you did before the policy started. Clever stuff. Here's how.
Freelancer or subcontractor? What's the difference? Does it matter? It does if you use either and want to call on your professional indemnity insurance.
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Deciding how much professional indemnity insurance you need can be tricky. Here's a helpful guide from PolicyBee to help make sense of it all.
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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