Professional Indemnity Insurance

Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance is a must-have business insurance policy for the many companies and individuals (including the not-for-profit and public sector organisations) who provide advice, services or designs which, if inadequate, could cause clients to lose money. Professional indemnity insurance will cover any legal costs and expenses incurred as a result of claims that you or your company have provided inadequate advice or service.

SIS also specialise in providing professional indemnity insurance for those with bankruptcy/IVAs, previous convictions and those who have had policies previously voided or cancelled and refused cover.

If you are looking for professional indemnity insurance cover, call us on 0161 969 6040 or click the button below and we will contact you with a quote.

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Do I need professional indemnity insurance?

Most people would think that the majority of professional indemnity policy holders are solicitors, accountants and insurance companies as it is a necessity for many of these professions to have professional indemnity insurance as part of their industry regulations. However, ANY profession which involves the provision of advice, services or designs (e.g. web designers, personal trainers, dance teachers, academic tutors) are taking a big risk if they do not hold professional indemnity insurance. 

What if I have adverse financial history or previous convictions?

At SIS we have specialised for many years in helping people with criminal convictions or people with a previous bankruptcy or IVA gain access to essential cover. If you have been refused insurance because of adverse financial history (bankruptcy, IVAs, CCJs), criminal convictions or if you have had a previous insurance policy cancelled or made void, we will be able to help.

If it is just advice you need, our friendly and experienced team are always on hand. Call us today on 0161 969 6040 and we will be able to explain the different types of cover available and why we are different to high street insurance companies.