Professional Indemnity Insurance (PI Insurance) provides cover for those within certain professions in the event of a claim made by a client due to any negligent services or advice provided by the individual or their business.
You should consider PI Insurance if you provide your skills, advice and knowledge as part of your profession whether you are employed or self-employed.
Some professions are required by their regulators or professional bodies to have insurance in place in order to practise, these include:
Whilst not compulsory there are other professions where Professional Indemnity should be considered and these include:
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