A free legal helpline and reduced premiums are among benefits that have been
added to the Accountancy Age professional indemnity insurance scheme.
We are now working with specialist broker Brunel Professional Risks Ltd as
well as HCC International Insurance. As a result we have been able to reduce the
cost of premiums and extend cover to firms of all sizes.
Brunel can offer solutions built around client needs by widening policy
coverage and arranging bespoke policy wordings. Unlike many of its competitors,
which are owned by insurance companies, Brunel is independent and reviews
insurers continuously and considers factors such as premium levels, claims
handling performance, cover offered and financial strength.
Brunel’s negotiators have excellent relationships in the market and can
ensure your business is placed with a strong insurer, often at below market
New benefits offered under the scheme, include a free legal helpline for
policy holders. All we need is your renewal date so that we can give you a
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