Professional Liability Insurance

CapriCMW offers Professional Liability insurance to people in careers who routinely offer professional services or advice to others. Helping professions are at risk of being sued, should a client believe you’ve made a mistake or left out important information. Commercial General Liability Insurance policies generally do not cover claims resulting from professional services or advice.

Professional Liability Insurance from CapriCMW Insurance EasyCover offers additional protection to help with legal costs, if you do face legal action by a third-party or a client, related to an error or omission of information.

Industries Served:

  • IT/Computer Contractors
  • Engineering Consultants
  • Management Consultants
  • Construction Contractors
  • Consultants
  • New Media
  • Social Workers
  • Financial Services
  • Legal Services
  • Photographers
  • Forensic Experts
  • Miscellaneous Services

Insurance, your way. The choice is yours:

1. Get a quote and buy online

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2. Talk to a CapriCMW Risk Advisor

Your CapriCMW Risk Advisors are your partners in business. At CapriCMW, we devote personal attention and exceptional customer service to our business clients. We're more than your insurance broker: we’re your business partner, today and in the future.

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Resources

Employee Benefits / employee benefits, group benefits, HR
5 Top Trends in Employee Total Rewards

With attrition levels well above the norm in many sectors, total rewards provided by employers are more important than ever for attracting and maintaining talent.

Sep 16th, 2022 | By: CapriCMW
Employee Benefits / Construction
Federal Government Announces Funding to Support New Apprenticeships in BC's Construction Industry

$21 million in funding will help small and mid-sized employers in BC's construction industry to hire first-year apprentices.

Sep 2nd, 2022 | By: CapriCMW
Employee Benefits / workplace safety, health and safety
New Rules in Effect Across BC for Worker Rights to Refuse Unsafe Work

As of August 22, 2022, an amendment to BC’s Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR) is in effect which creates new obligations for employers after a worker has exercised their right to refuse unsafe work.

Aug 25th, 2022 | By: CapriCMW

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Your CapriCMW Risk Advisor has highly specialized knowledge of your industry and is empowered to act quickly and independently to ensure direct, personal service.

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