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Chartered surveyors

As a Chartered Surveyor, your professional body, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, sets minimum standards of Professional Indemnity cover necessary to practice. The appropriate minimum limit of indemnity is calculated based on the company’s turnover. More about chartered surveyors...

Building surveyors

Building Surveyors work in a sector that has become increasingly compensation-aware and litigation–minded. Any mistake could have serious consequences and lead to a large claim against you. Even spurious allegations can cost your practice time and money. More about building surveyors...

Land surveyors

As a Land Surveyor, your skills and knowledge have to be constantly updated to keep up with new technology. The work you do is relied upon by other professionals to make fundamental project decisions. More about land surveyors...

Commercial surveyors

As a commercial surveyor, you’ll be aware that the commercial property sector has become increasingly compensation-aware and litigation–minded, especially since the property downturn. More about commercial surveyors...

Quantity surveyors

As a Quantity Surveyor, your expertise in costs and financial management are an essential part of major construction projects. But your professional expertise leaves you vulnerable to claims of negligence when projects go wrong. The legal costs of defending claims can be substantial, even if the grounds for the claim prove to be unfounded. More about quantity surveyors...

Related professions

Valuers

The difficulty of arranging suitable and cost-effective Professional Indemnity Insurance has been a topic of much recent discussion amongst property valuers. The property downturn saw a large number of claims made against allegedly negligent valuations. More about valuers...

Estate agents

Estate agents need to protect themselves against the risks they face in providing their services. Although you strive to do your best by your clients, things don’t always go to their satisfaction, sometimes for reasons beyond your control. If a client accuses you of negligence or causing them a financial loss, you need insurance cover in place to deal with that, whatever the merit of the claim. More about estate agents...

Property management

As the manager of a property, you are the first in line to be accountable when things go wrong - even when they're not your fault. Property managers in both the residential and commercial sectors are finding themselves more susceptible to claims of negligence. The legal costs of defending claims can be substantial, even when you’ve done nothing wrong. More about property management...

Project management

As a project manager, you’ll have noticed the construction sector becoming increasingly compensation-aware and litigation–minded, especially since the property downturn. When projects don’t go to plan, the nature of your role leaves you vulnerable to claims of negligence. The legal costs of defending claims can be substantial, even if you’ve done nothing wrong. More about project management...

Architects

As an Architect, your regulator, the Architects Registration Board (ARB), requires you to have adequate and appropriate Professional Indemnity cover to practice. The minimum limit of indemnity is calculated based on the practice’s turnover. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has similar requirements of its members. More about architects...

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