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Professional Indemnity Insurance Companies
Companies are legally required to have PI coverage to protect them against possible law suits. Quotezone are specialists in helping you compare both offline and online quotes using our extensive database. We have a series of panel members who are UK brokers and insurers able to offer the cheapest and best policy quotes for PI insurance, using our quick and easy comparison method. All you have to do is fill out our online form and your results are generated. You can also call us for a quote if you prefer that.
Do all companies have to have PI insurance?
If you are unlucky enough to find yourself in a position where someone visits your company premises and gets hurt, you might be glad that you have adequate coverage to protect yourself from being sued for damages. The purpose of PI insurance is to cushion your company from paying large sums in out-of-pocket expenses in the case of being sued. Your legal costs are either partly or fully paid and you can also receive coverage for compensation or damages. All companies with premises require public indemnity insurance, but you should always take legal advice as to the nature of your business as to what level of coverage you need for professional indemnity insurance.
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Quotezone and its panel of members are regulated under the Financial Conduct Authority and must comply with all rules and laws laid down for the protection of clients.