Run-off cover is a bolt-on to your professional indemnity. Here's how it works and why you need it to protect your past work even after you stop trading.
Professional indemnity is 'claims made' insurance. Other types of insurance are 'claims occurring'. But what's the difference? And why does it matter?
RICS surveyors have to have professional indemnity insurance. Here's the low-down on what you need, why you need it and what it does for you.
IT contractors taking a break from work, don't cancel your professional indemnity insurance. Stay protected. Put it on hold instead. Here's why:
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