The benefits of our Professional Indemnity insurance for cover are:
Legal costs in defending criminal prosecutions
Indemnity for use of sub-consultants
Free legal assistance and contract vetting helpline
Availability of 6 years run off policies*
*Subject to 2 years continuous cover on the scheme
For those members who are progressing towards Chartered status, via the grade of Affiliate or Associate, we can consider offering Professional Indemnity Insurance subject experience and qualifications.
It’s easy to get in touch with us, you can either contact us using the details below or complete the message form below, and a member of the CABE Insurance Services team will be in touch with you as soon as they can. If you are a busy person, why not use the Request A Callback option and pick a date and time that is good for you.
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Professional Indemnity Scheme Information For CABE Members
Download a proposal form, policy wording and information about our claims service.
I would rate the service overall as excellent. Colin’s wide experience of claims handling has helped us manage many situations before they have even matured as “circumstances”. Where claims have arisen, the practical advice from MFL has helped where legal agents have maybe taken a more restrictive view of the problem.
I’ve very much appreciated your support during the development of Arvia and the way you have provided much greater support than a typical insurance broker, which has been extremely helpful during this early stage of development.
This is my first experience with solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance and I was recommended to John Jones by a colleague. I could not have asked for more from John throughout the process, from start to finish, and I would recommend him without any hesitation. John knows his market very well.
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