Solicitors Office Insurance

Executive Professions is our office combined product, providing wide range of covers including:

  • A comprehensive All Risks wording including enhanced definitions
  • £25,000 Automatic worldwide contents extension
  • Full theft
  • £5,000,000 Public and Products Liability as standard
  • A wide range of Business Interruption extensions including Public Utilities – failure of supply

In addition to the main covers, as with all of our Executive products, additional enhancements are available with Professions Extra and Professions Ultimate.

Key Benefits

  • Deeds and documents cover, up to £250,000 at the premises or any third party storage site including transit
  • Billable hours included within Gross Revenue definition to make small losses easier to settle
  • Up to £250,000 of cover for residential property in the course of conveyance
  • Non damage denial of access up to £25,000
  • Key personnel business interruption extension following death or disablement of key staff
  • Increased limits for computer breakdown, property damage and business interruption extension limits

Optional Features

  • Flexible limit of loss with a range of limits from £250,000 to £1,000,000
  • Theft by Employee up to £25,000
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