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A case for defence

As a solicitor, firm of solicitors or legal practitioner, your premises and contents are vital to the ongoing success of your small business. A fire, flood or break-in could be costly without a back-up plan. Thankfully, arranging protection needn’t be time consuming and complex. When we organise legal services insurance, we wrap all your covers into one, simple to reference policy. For legal firms this usually includes financial defence in case your computer equipment or contents are damaged, business interruption insurance and protection for injury claims raised by members of the public or staff, if your company is at fault. You can also add cover for your fixtures and fittings if you own the building, or for any improvements you’ve made if you rent your workspace.

A case for defence

As a solicitor, firm of solicitors or legal practitioner, your premises and contents are vital to the ongoing success of your small business.

A fire, flood or break-in could be costly without a back-up plan. Thankfully, arranging protection needn’t be time consuming and complex. When we organise legal services insurance, we wrap all your covers into one, simple to reference policy. For legal firms this usually includes financial defence in case your computer equipment or contents are damaged, business interruption insurance and protection for injury claims raised by members of the public or staff, if your company is at fault. You can also add cover for your fixtures and fittings if you own the building, or for any improvements you’ve made if you rent your workspace.

Key covers

Clearly your furniture and equipment are important and they’re covered by contents insurance, with options to protect your computer equipment too. If your business has more than one employee, you will need employer’s liability insurance. And if you have customers on your premises it’s sensible to include public liability insurance. You can find out more about our main cover types below or get started with a quote. Online or over the phone, it’s up to you.

Key covers

Clearly your furniture and equipment are important and they’re covered by contents insurance, with options to protect your computer equipment too.

If your business has more than one employee, you will need employer’s liability insurance. And if you have customers on your premises it’s sensible to include public liability insurance. You can find out more about our main cover types below or get started with a quote. Online or over the phone, it’s up to you.

Legal services insurance

If you’re a solicitor, conveyancer, clerk, tax adviser, company secretary, paralegal or barrister, you may be thinking about a new insurance package for your practice. Cover plans through us are comprehensive and flexible and can be adapted to suit almost any circumstances.

Compare quotes!

Legal services insurance

If you’re a solicitor, conveyancer, clerk, tax adviser, company secretary, paralegal or barrister, you may be thinking about a new insurance package for your practice.

Cover plans through us are comprehensive and flexible and can be adapted to suit almost any circumstances.

Compare quotes!

FAQs

What is business interruption insurance?

It’s designed to cover lost income suffered after an incident such as a fire or a flood. As well as lost income, business interruption insurance can also cover your business for additional costs, such as alternative accommodation.

What is computer equipment insurance?

It’s designed to compensate your business in the event of loss, theft or damage to computers. Some policies will also protect against new risks such as data corruption and cyber-attacks as well as traditional risks such as fire and flood.

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