Fredericton Professionals: Don’t Overlook This Important Policy!


As a professional, you know how important properly covering yourself is. After all, it has the potential to save you a LOT of money (and headaches) down the road.

But do you know just important it is to actively be on the lookout for insurance policies that you do not have?

If you are here, then we can probably assume that this is what you are doing. Good on you! We can also assume that you know a bit about professional liability insurance policy. This is the first step towards being adequately covered.

But do you know just how important this policy is?

Let’s begin by talking about what this policy covers you from. As the name entails, it covers you from financial loss associated with someone filing a lawsuit against you. In today’s world, being held liable for an error or omission that you may or may not have committed can be disastrous and expensive. As a professional, you have two responsibilities — to make sure you never make a mistake or omission AND to make sure you are properly covered should you be unable to completely prevent yourself from making an error or omission.

(Or should one of your frustrated client lie or over-exaggerate facts. But that’s another story.)

You see, there is simply too much at risk. Your career, your finances, and even your reputation. All of these can be preserved with one simply insurance policy.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Request your free Fredericton professional liability insurance quote┬átoday and protect your future.



Professional Liability Insurance/PLI

(Errors and Omissions Insurance)

  • Flawed professional advice and services that may have resulted in financial loss to the customer or client.
  • Protects professional individuals or companies from responsibility of the full cost of defending against a negligence claim and damages awarded in such a civil lawsuit.
    • Professional liability insurance covers the costs of judgments, settlements and legal defense.
    • Damages paid under a professional liability policy are typically financial rather than physical.