Professional Indemnity Insurance for IT Consultants
Working with specialist insurers we provide a unique risk management and insurance proposition, sufficiently flexible to accommodate the needs of individual consultants. A comprehensive basis of cover is complemented with bespoke risk management advice and dedicated claims handling support.
As continuous developments in technology lead to an evolution in the understanding of potential professional negligence risks affecting the sector, Griffiths & Armour are ideally placed to meet the diverse needs of those operating within the area of information and communications technology and have worked closely with various parties, including Engineers Ireland to identify key risk issues.
Clients have access to a range of insurance covers specifically tailored to technology firms and providing protection against emerging risks such as infringement of copyright, data protection and a wide range of contractual liabilities.
We offer a contract vetting service which serves as a risk management tool to reduce the risk of you entering into a contract which imposes onerous responsibilities which may not be covered by insurance.
From stand-alone Professional Indemnity and Cyber Liability to a combined package catering for more general property and professional liability exposures, Griffiths & Armour are committed to providing an unparalleled level of protection and risk management support to meet the needs of consultants in this evolving sector.
Contact us for a Professional Indemnity/Combined/Technology insurance quote
To find out more about the Griffiths & Armour facilities for Technology/IT consultants please contact our specialist PI insurance team on 0151 236 5656.
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