Is Obtaining a Free Vancouver Professional Liability Insurance Quote Worth It?

When people think of insurance coverage, the term usually brings up mixed emotions. Some people think insurance coverage is absolutely necessary while other people… well not so much.

If you fall in the latter category, you might be wondering whether or not obtaining a free Vancouver professional liability insurance quote is worth it or not. The truth, once again, depends on what kind of professional you are. Our rule of thumb is as follow: If you work in a professional field where the threat of being held liable for an error or omission exists, then yes, you would benefit from a free insurance quote.

As we said before, it does not matter whether you are the best doctor in Vancouver or whether you are the most respected IT consultant in the city. It does not even matter whether you have a perfect work history — mistakes happen, and it takes is one simple mistake for your career to be over.

And of course, sometimes all it takes is an angry client! Believe it or not — some people get sued without doing anything wrong.

While these cases are often handled fairly quickly, you never know when justice might go wrong. This is why — in our perfect world — every professional out there would be covered under a professional liability insurance policy. This way, they would not have to stress about the possibility of getting sued and instead focus on what they do best.

What prevents you from being among these? Request your free insurance quote today and see for yourself how it would benefit you.


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.