Why You Should Request a Free Calgary Professional Liability Insurance Quote

Have you ever thought of how you would react if you were to ever be faced with a lawsuit? Most people don’t.

Lawsuits can be terrifying. Not only can they completely ruin a person’s reputation — they can also leave them financially ruined for many, many years to come. If you are a professional currently operating in the beautiful city of Calgary, you should always be prepared for a lawsuit, regardless of whether or not one will ever come your way.

The best way for you to do is by requesting a free Calgary professional liability insurance quote. If you are unaware of what exactly this policy entails, then we recommend doing a little bit of research on your own. Basically, this policy covers you from financial loss associated with (you guessed it) a lawsuit. It does not matter whether you were at fault or not — once you have purchased this policy, you can let your insurance company take care of everything else, your defence costs and any settlement ordered by the court included.

While doctors, lawyers and consultants are among the most sued people in Canada, if your profession comes with the risk of being held liable for an error or omission that you may or may not have committed, then you need to purchase this insurance policy. It’s as simple as that.

So do yourself and your career a favour and grab your free insurance quote today — you’ll thank us if you ever find yourself in this sticky mess of a situation!


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.