Professional Liability

Professional Liability

Professional Liability Insurance

Professionals such as accountants, attorneys, consultants, architects and real estate agents should carry professional liability if they are self-employed. This coverage, often referred to as E&O or Errors and Omissions, offers liability insurance for the professional as they perform the tasks related to their profession. If a claim or suit is brought against a professional as a result of an error or omission, a professional liability policy will handle the claim or defend the policyholder in the event of a lawsuit. The cost of a professional liability policy will vary based upon the profession, contracts held, scope of work, number of employees, and annual gross revenue. We have a variety of companies we work with depending on your profession and/or coverage needs.

Professional liability insurance may take on different forms and names depending on the profession. For example, in reference to medical professions it is called malpractice insurance, while errors and omissions (E&O) insurance is used by insurance agents, consultants, brokers and lawyers. Other professions that commonly purchase professional liability insurance include accounting, engineering and financial services, construction and maintenance (general contractors, plumbers, etc., many of whom are also surety bonded), and transport. Some charities and other nonprofits/NGOs are also professional-liability insured.