If your work involves selling your knowledge, services and expertise to others, then Errors & Omissions insurance (E&O) is a must. It’s an essential piece of armor for anyone who could be sued for making a mistake.
In this everything-by-yesterday world, even the most respectable company can find itself in dispute with a client over an error, a delay or alleged breach of contract. E&O insurance provides indemnity for losses you are legally liable for if you make a mistake or are negligent, or if your product or service is defective, inadequate or fails to perform.
In the political climate of harmonization and consumer protection, it’s hard to keep up with changes in the law, and many companies find themselves embroiled in expensive disputes without realizing they’d done anything wrong. Failing to defend these allegations properly could cause irreparable damage to the reputation and financial stability of your business. Every day your business could be exposed to allegations of:
Errors & Omissions Insurance helps with:
We can help you review your contractual obligations to identify the extent of indemnities that your clients require. Contact us using the form below.
A TV broadcaster aired a commercial with the incorrect voice-over. The insurer helped broker a deal with the customer, who accepted free media space and dropped the case for compensation.
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Tech-based business is 24/7, global and borderless, always exposing you to new risks and liabilities - often in unfamiliar places. As the law struggles to keep pace with technology, insurance can provide a real safety net if you fall foul of changing legislation.