A form of liability insurance that protects your business in the event that a third party claims to have suffered a loss as a result of professional negligence.Professional Indemnity »
This type of insurance will cover the cost of claims if a member of the public is injured by you, your employees or accidentally while visiting your premises.Public Liability »
Because we are run by passionate people who really understand the needs of freelancers.
We know you'd rather be concentrating on your clients or finding new one's. However, as an 'expert' who provides advice you'll be well aware of the importance of having professional indemnity insurance to guard against claims of negligence. Most clients now insist on it.
At FreelanceInsure we offer tailored professional indemnity insurance to 350+ professions, underwritten by top insurers. Here, you can also access a full range of other low cost products like public liability and employers liability for full protection.
We don't believe in long forms or silly questions so applying for cover online is fast, easy and secure. If you prefer to talk our friendly brokers are ready to answer your questions.
Please call FI on 03333 211403. (9.00am - 5.30pm mon-fri).
For a brand you can trust you've come to the right place. We've been insuring freelancers for over 20 years and pretty proud of our Chartered Insurance Broker status. And of course we're authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority under firms reference number 306183.
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Business Insurance is a broadly used name for different insurance packages available to the business owner to protect against losses and to ensure the continued running and operating of the business. It is a broad description that includes a spectrum of different types of policies »
There are two aspects to understanding what indemnity is in the case of insurance and responsibility. Indemnity is the legal principle upon which the notion of insurance rests. Firstly, in law, it is precisely understood to mean the safeguarding from loss and damage claimed by another person, or from suffering financial loss as the result of a lawsuit »
If you’re in the business of providing professional services or professional advice, you owe a duty of care to your clients. That means if you act negligently »
The terms are interchangeable but the salaries, working conditions and the way other people perceive you can be very different »
Public liability insurances cover a business for claims made for loss or damages by a third party, whether they suffered a loss or are injured by you or your someone in your company, either on your own premises or at a customer's site »