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Professional Indemnity Insurance

Over 28 years insuring businesses in Newcastle & across Australia.

If you’re in any kind of profession that gives advice or provides a service, for example: accountants, advertising agencies, management consultants or consulting engineers or any other advice based business, professional indemnity is a necessity.

 

 

If an error or omission occurs in the course of your work and that error or omission causes a financial loss or injury to your client or any other third party, then they can claim damages against you, resulting in you incurring potentially debilitating costs (including legal costs) and reputational damage. Potentially a significant disruption to your business.

Professional Indemnity Insurance protects you from bearing the full cost of these claims and disputes, and from the time and resources they consume.

The threat of claims and litigation is very real and can potentially bankrupt businesses, small or large. It may seem like a distant possibility, but legal action often arises from an unforeseen event to completely disrupt businesses.

Cover for civil liabilities including (but not limited to) breach of duty, defamation, loss of or damage to documents, infringement of intellectual property and more. There are other associated policies that fall within this insurance class and each can be suited to the clients best interest.

 

Cover for civil liabilities including (but not limited to) breach of duty, defamation, loss of or damage to documents, infringement of intellectual property and more. There are other associated policies that fall within this insurance class and each can be suited to the clients best interest.

Association Liability – Protection against the wide variety of risks associated with carrying out activities and providing services.

Defamation – Protection against legal liability for published or broadcast defamatory material.

Directors & Officers Liability – Protection for directors, senior executives, and other officers against the risk of liability arising from their duties.

Information & Communication Technology Liability – Protection against legal liability arising from the failure of products, services and/or advice.

Statutory Liability – Protection for companies and individuals against certain liabilities that result from breaches of legislation.

Trustees Liability – Protection for trustees while they execute their duties and/or the functions of the trust.

Medical Malpractice Liability – Protection for healthcare professionals and the medical establishments in which they operate.