Engineering risks are many and varied. Professional indemnity insurance for engineers protects your business and helps put it on a firm footing.
Blame culture is everywhere. Claims can be made by people who aren't even your clients. Here's why you need professional indemnity insurance.
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Is there insurance for GDPR claims? Does my insurance cover GDPR fines? What insurance do I need to be GDPR compliant? Just some of the questions we've been asked recently. If they sound familiar, get the answers here.
Civil liability is being responsible for actions and practices that could damage others, but that aren't criminal. As a business, that matters.
Clueless about how best to protect yourself? It's no mystery: insurance for private investigators. Case closed.
Insurance for insurance brokers exists so insurance brokers can talk about insurance. Simple. In case you're not of the hows and whys, here's a quick recap.
Professional indemnity insurance for mediators. Don't forget, your interests need protection too. Here's why
A business's most important asset is its people. Which makes your job all the more important, and the need for HR consultants' insurance more pressing.
What's next on your list of things to do? If it's not 'buy some insurance for facilities managers', maybe it should be. Here's why.
Complaints handlers need insurance, right? Yeah sure. But what? And why? And how much? Answers here.