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In this everything-by-yesterday world, even the most respectable company can find itself in dispute with a client over an error, a delay or alleged breach of contract.  

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Who we support

Accountants
Architects
Surveyors
Graphic designers
Management consultants

We're specialists...

Through our collective experience, we’ve observed many of the best and worst practices in the insurance advisory market. We’re here to challenge the status quo and aim to establish a new level of service. We’re combining the best traditions of technical advice and client centricity, with modern thinking and smart use of systems and technology to enhance the client experience and create a dynamic workplace for our team.

Challenges in your industry

In recent years anyone purchasing professional indemnity (PI) insurance as an essential part of their risk management programme is likely to have found their renewal process to be a lengthy, drawn out, and expensive process. Very few professions have escaped the hard market conditions, with those in the construction sectors, independent financial advisers and insurance brokers hit most harshly.

How we support

PI policies work on a claims made basis which is different to many other types of insurance cover in that you need to have a policy in force at the time a claim is made for cover to respond, rather than having had a policy in place when the work in question was carried out. Your Partners& Adviser can talk you through the implications of the cover basis and how this will impact you if you cease to trade or are considering amending your cover level.

Your business performs

We know that as professionals, you never intend to make a mistake in the course of your work. But should you find yourself having made an error, or your end client makes an allegation against you, it is important to be financially protected. Your Professional Indemnity policy will support you with the costs of defending a claim or allegation, as well as any compensation associated with a claim.

Challenges in your industry

In recent years anyone purchasing professional indemnity (PI) insurance as an essential part of their risk management programme is likely to have found their renewal process to be a lengthy, drawn out, and expensive process. Very few professions have escaped the hard market conditions, with those in the construction sectors, independent financial advisers and insurance brokers hit most harshly.

How we support

PI policies work on a claims made basis which is different to many other types of insurance cover in that you need to have a policy in force at the time a claim is made for cover to respond, rather than having had a policy in place when the work in question was carried out. Your Partners& Adviser can talk you through the implications of the cover basis and how this will impact you if you cease to trade or are considering amending your cover level.

Your business performs

We know that as professionals, you never intend to make a mistake in the course of your work. But should you find yourself having made an error, or your end client makes an allegation against you, it is important to be financially protected. Your Professional Indemnity policy will support you with the costs of defending a claim or allegation, as well as any compensation associated with a claim.

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Why do you need professional indemnity insurance?

Professional indemnity insurance (PI), sometimes known as errors and omissions insurance (E&O), is essential protection for anyone who provides advice or professional services to a client – This includes not only traditional professions such as architects, law firms, accountants, and IFAs, but also new and emerging professions. – for some, it may even be a regulatory requirement.  

We know that as professionals, you never intend to make a mistake in the course of your work. But should you find yourself having made an error, or your end client makes an allegation against you, it is important to be financially protected. Your Professional Indemnity policy will support you with the costs of defending a claim or allegation, as well as any compensation associated with a claim. 

Professional Indemnity can help protect your business against allegations such as:

  • Professional negligence or breach of duty of care 
  • Negligent misstatement & defamation – unwitting or intended comments 
  • Infringement of intellectual property rights including copyright
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Meet the team

Jonathan Miller

UK Sales Director
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Jonathan Miller

UK Sales Director