Nova Scotia Professional Liability Insurance

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As a busy professional, you are trusted for your expertise every day. In fact, your expert opinions and advice are what customers pay you for. Are you protected from the consequences of claims that arise from that advice?

Nova Scotia Professional Liability Insurance is available to professional practitioners such as doctors, lawyers, architects and accountants. In different professions, it may be known as Malpractice Insurance, or Errors and Omissions Insurance, but at the core, the concept is the same: to protect you and your business from negligence lawsuits from your clients.

Negligence Suits Can Be Expensive

Nova Scotia Professional Liability Insurance is the only way for your practice to mitigate the costs and legal expenses coming from claims of negligence from your customers. These lawsuits focus on the failure to perform based on expectations in a contract, or alleged misrepresentation, and  claim financial loss for the client based on your alleged actions.

Worried about the costs for protection? Our Professional Liability Insurance policies give you hefty security net for a lot less money than you’d expect.

You may think you’re covered with your personal liability policy, but those more general policies only protect against bodily or property damage and some personal injury claims. You need a professional liability insurance policy to protect your business from potential negligence claims.

Get started right away with a no-risk quote. Simply fill out the form on this page and we’ll get back to you with a quote for a comprehensive and affordable Professional Liability Insurance policy.

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