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We understand that navigating engineers’ professional indemnity insurance can be complex, stressful and time consuming. We also recognise that not all engineers do the same thing, that your business is unique with its own set of needs and requirements. As your broker, we will focus on our relationship first – understanding who you are and what your company does. This will allow us to accurately present your business and its risk to insurers, and secure competitive engineer insurance quotes on this basis. From here, we will make recommendations as to which insurance policy best suits your needs, ensuring that you are appropriately covered in the event of a claim.
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PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE
Engineering PI insurance is essential because engineers operate in a high-risk industry, where claims occur at an above-average frequency and have the potential to amount to substantial losses. Some examples of situations where an engineer may be held liable include:
Design errors: Client claims regarding structural problems resulting from alleged engineering mistakes may lead to costly claims. In such cases, having engineering insurance becomes crucial, particularly when rectification works are needed post-completion.
Unmet project specifications: A client may claim that an engineer did not properly communicate project specifications or did not adhere to them, resulting in a finished product that does not meet the client's expectations. Professional indemnity insurance for engineers is invaluable for mitigating such liabilities.
Construction delays: A client may claim that an engineer’s delay in providing necessary documentation or approvals caused a delay in construction, resulting in additional costs and lost revenue for the client. Insurance for engineers can provide essential protection and financial security.
Regulatory non-compliance: A client may claim that an engineer failed to comply with building regulations. Protection provided by PI insurance for engineers can avert delays, as well as fines or other penalties.
Ultimately, Professional Indemnity Insurance is crucial in ensuring that you can cover the costs of legal fees and any damages awarded in the event of a claim. The right policy can provide peace of mind in knowing that you have protection in place in the unfortunate case that a claim arises.
We have specialised knowledge and experience in the insurance industry. We have a deep understanding of the different types of coverage available and can ensure that the coverage in place aligns with your specific needs.
We have access to a wide range of insurance providers and policies. We utilise this to create contestability amongst insurers, negotiating the best possible pricing and coverage.
Insurance claims can be both complex and time consuming. We have a dedicated in-house claims team that allows you to focus on ensuring your business runs smoothly, while advocating for your best outcome.
Insurance is often a key regulatory requirement, and our breadth of experience allows us to advise you on crucial changes and how they may impact your business.
In a hardening insurance market, risk management is crucial to securing your ongoing insurability and reducing your claims exposure. We can work with you to develop specific risk mitigation strategies.
We have access to a wide range of insurance markets, both locally and overseas. This allows us to secure insurance solutions for even the most complex and hard-to-place risks.
PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE
Your professional indemnity insurance will differ based on your client count, business size, turnover and the types of projects you handle.
For a tailored assessment, you can speak directly with one of our expert brokers. We understand your business’s specific needs and help you compare insurance options to find the best coverage.
- Management Liability Insurance – This policy is designed to protect directors in the event that they are found personally liable for company wrongdoing. Coverage can extend to Crime, Statutory Liability, Employment Practices Liability and tax audit, amongst other things.
- Cyber Liability Insurance – This policy is designed to provide both first party losses (cyber attack, ransomware, loss of data, social engineering etc.) and third party losses (data breach, fines and penalties etc.). This has been recognised as one of the fastest growing exposures to businesses in recent years.
- Business Package Insurance – This policy combines a number of coverages relating to your business and its premises, such as property damage, theft, business interruption and public liability.
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