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Can you get away with short-term professional indemnity insurance? Not if you want to sleep easy. It's cheaper but it's much riskier. Here's the low-down.
The easy answer to what professional indemnity covers is ‘claims of negligence made against you by an unhappy client’. But that's only half the story.
So, what is professional indemnity insurance and how does it work? It's all about protecting you from the fallout of your mistakes, real or alleged.
In the same way countries have borders, insurance policies have geographical limits. Here's how to avoid having a claim refused because you're off-limits.
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.
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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.