Why do Land Surveyors need it?
A day in the life of a surveyor could involve anything from conducting site inspections, certifying plans to providing advice on construction and issuing building permits. Providing professional advice or services as a surveyor means there’s the potential risk for a disappointed client to make a claim against you for the advice or services you have provided. Before you utter your words of advice, consider protecting your surveyor business with Business Insurance.
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Be sure to consider Business Insurance to cover your expensive equipment when out in the field.
Insurance for Land Surveyors
As a surveyor, you are recognised as having particular expertise and held to high expectations when providing advice or making recommendations to your clients. Surveyors have a great deal of responsibility in checking constructions are compliant with safety standards and recording the correct measurements of properties and sites.
That is why Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance is an important form of protection for surveyors. It is designed to respond to claims against your business for losses as a result of actual or alleged negligent acts or omissions in the provision of your professional service or advice. Professional Indemnity insurance will also assist with the legal costs associated with responding to or managing claims which are covered by the policy.
Public Liability insurance is designed to provide protection for you and your business in the event a client, supplier or a member of the public are injured or sustain property damage as a result of your negligent business activities. It provides cover for resulting compensation claims and associated legal costs.
Whether you’re inspecting sites in Canberra or certifying in Cairns, your Public Liability insurance policy will cover you anywhere in Australia.
Business Insurance can provide cover for your business assets including but not limited to your premises, contents and tools in the event they are damaged or lost. The type and level of cover you may need will depend on your individual circumstances, including the nature of your business and where it is located. You can pick and choose the cover options that suit your business needs best.
Take the time to consider the client data you are storing and the potential consequences if it were compromised. Cyber Liability insurance could help protect you from claims and support your finances in the event of a cyber breach or attack.
Cyber Liability is a type of Business Insurance cover that protects your business against both the expenses (including compensation payments) and legal costs related to cybercrime incidents.
|*As with any insurance, cover will be subject to the terms, conditions and exclusions contained in the policy wording. The information contained on this web page is general only and should not be relied upon as advice.|