Protect your business interests against legal claims
What is Professional Indemnity Insurance
Professionals like architects, engineers, doctors, lawyers, chartered accountants, and medical practitioners, and services such as medical establishments need to protect their business interests against legal claims for error, omissions, professional neglect for both the principles and their employees. The Professional Indemnity Insurance Policy comprehensively covers them for all legally established claims arising from the covered perils.
Benefits of Professional Indemnity with Vibrant Insurance
- Specially designed for requirements of different professionals and professional services
- Exhaustive coverage against different risks
- Provides for legal expenses and cost incurred with the prior consent of the insured
- Hassle free documentation
- Mid-term increase or decrease in the sum insured allowed
Who is covered?
Legal liability due to bodily injury or death caused by breach of professional duty by
- The insured
- The predecessors in business of the said firm, if covered
- Any person at any time employed by the Insured or by such predecessors in business in the conduct, by or on behalf of the said firm or such predecessors of any business conducted in their professional capacity
- Payment of defense costs, fees and expenses anywhere in India in accordance with Indian Law
What are the exclusions?
- Any criminal act or any act committed in violation of any law or ordinance
- Services rendered while under the influence of intoxicants or narcotics
- Any third party public liability
- Any condition caused by or associated with AIDS
- Rising out of all personal injuries such as libel, slander, false arrest, wrongful eviction, wrongful detention, defamation, etc. and resultant mental injury, anguish or shock
- Infringement of plans, copy-right, patent, trade name, trade mark, registered design
- Assumed by the insured by agreement and which would not have attached in the absence of such agreement.
- Deliberate, willful or intentional noncompliance of any statutory provision.
- Non-compliance with technical standards commonly observed in professional practice, laid down by law, or regulated by official bodies
- Loss of pure financial nature such as loss of goodwill or loss of market
- Any dishonest, fraudulent criminal or malicious act or omission
- Fines, penalties, punitive or exemplary damages.
- Professional services rendered by the Insured prior to the Retroactive Date in the Schedule.
- Deliberate conscious or intentional disregard of the insureds technical or administrative management of the need to take all reasonable steps to prevent claims.
- Injury to any person under the contract of employment or apprenticeship with the insured their contractor(s) and/or Sub-Contractor(s) when such injury arises out of the execution of such contract.
- War (can be covered via add on)
- nuclear perils