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Professional indemnity insurance defends you against claims of negligence, breach of confidentiality, dishonesty, libel and slander. We offer up to £10,000,000 cover.
Your diligence and keen eye for detail are your best assets. But it wouldn’t hurt to have some professional insurance too.
Costly mistakes can happen to even the most attentive professional, and the smallest detail missed can have big consequences for you and your client. Inventory clerks’ professional insurance helps by defending you against negligence allegations, and paying for compensation and damages if needs be.
There are no rules governing how much professional indemnity cover inventory service businesses need.
However, we say it’s always better to have too much than too little. Buy as much as you can afford, then an expected claim won’t knock you off balance.
Allegations of negligence brought against you by clients and third parties. Usually, it’s because a mistake in your work has left your client out of pocket.
Specifically (but depending on the policy wording):
Intellectual property infringement
Loss of documents or data
Negligent misrepresentation or misstatement
Breach of confidentiality
But that’s not all. Some professional indemnity policies can fix a mistake before your client is even aware of it, thereby preventing a claim in the first place.
If you have any employees, employers’ liability insurance is a legal requirement. If an employee suffers an injury or illness as a result of working for your company, they can sue it for damages. Your insurance can cover their compensation, plus any legal fees.
If you visit clients, or they visit you, consider getting some public liability insurance. This covers you if someone is injured, or their property is damaged, and you’re to blame.
Office and property insurance covers the things in your office (furniture, plants, fixed IT equipment etc) and portable insurance covers gadgets and technical equipment away from the office (laptops, tablets, projectors etc). If you’re not sure it’s worth insuring, add it all up – it’s probably worth more than you think.
Business interruption insurance means you can still work when your office is out of action. Be it flood, fire or flea infestation, you’re covered for the costs of setting up elsewhere and for any lost revenue in that time.
If you’re a company boss, you can protect yourself with directors’ and officers’ insurance. Anyone can accuse you of not running your business with due care, and in the UK, company directors are personally liable for their actions. The good thing is this insurance covers your defence costs and any compensation you have to pay. So you can put away your chequebook.
Glad you asked.
The simple answer is: we know what we’re doing. Professional insurance is all we do so we know what you need, even if you don’t.
We also know that buying insurance can be, well, a bit of a pain. So we make sure getting yours is quick and hassle-free.
We do all that while treating you like a human being, too. You won’t find a call centre here. Or a phone menu. And we’ve banned nonsense insurance jargon.
If you’re after a second opinion, have a look at our customers’ feedback. They’re the ones you should really listen to.