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DoctorGilbertson Tue 21-Jul-15 20:53:57

DH is thinking of starting a small solo practice from home (he has lots of foreign experience and has passed QLTS).

It would be really helpful to have a ball park figure for how much his professional indemity insurance might be if he were to do this.

Would any solo practitioners (solicitors - ideally working from home) mind saying who provides their professional indemnity insurance and how much it is?

Thanks!

mumblechum1 Tue 21-Jul-15 23:52:41

I'm a legal exec and run a niche will writing firm. I'm with Simply Business. The underwriters are Grenham.
My premiums have kept going down every year as never had a claim <<touch word!>>. This year it was around £750 iirc.

DoctorGilbertson Wed 22-Jul-15 07:41:20

Thanks

babybarrister Wed 22-Jul-15 08:08:57

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

cdtaylornats Wed 22-Jul-15 09:55:00

If he expects work related visitors at home he will need Public Liability Insurance.

mumblechum1 Wed 22-Jul-15 10:22:18

yy it's a requirement of my professional body that I have to have PLI as well even though I never see clients at home hmm

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