Professional Indemnity Insurance

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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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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Hannah Brewin

Placement Partner
Hannah Brewin

Hannah Brewin

Placement Partner
Hannah has worked in the insurance market for 15 years, with over 12 of those years as a specialist Professional Indemnity broker. During the last 12 years she has had experience with a broad spectrum of professions including (but not limited to) design & construct risk, surveyors, architects, accountants and insurance brokers. Utilising her technical expertise in Professional Indemnity and market relationships, Hannah will collaborate with the rest of your dedicated Partners& team to ensure a strategic approach to your placement, and provide the best possible outcome in the difficult market conditions