Surveyors Insurance

Surveyors Insurance

We have the expertise to meet your insurance requirements as a Surveyor

We understand that with regards to Professional Indemnity, surveying is regarded as one of the more traditional professions. Despite this heritage however, the market for Surveyors Insurance continues to prove particularly challenging in more recent years. Put simply, insurers place surveyors into two groups: those that undertake valuations and those that do not.

For surveyors that undertake valuations, the insurance market has proved to be extremely unstable as it has been swamped with valuation claims. As a a direct result of this, the overall insurer appetite has been depleted and rates have increased for this area of work. For surveyors that do not undertake valuations, there is currently much more appetite in today’s market and therefore rates remain competitive.

In conjunction with the rules set by The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), all chartered surveyors in private practice are required to purchase Professional Indemnity Insurance from an approved insurer. A full list of RICS-approved insurers can be found here.

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Surveyors Insurance

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Bespoke cover can be incepted to include:
Office contents (including multiple locations)Directors and officers liability
Employment practices liabilityCorporate legal liability
Trustee indemnityCrime/fidelity
Public liabilityEmployer's liability
Product liabilityBusiness interruption
Group travelPersonal accident
ComputersCyber liability
Overseas offices/staffIntellectual property and patent risks
Kidnap and ransomIdentity theft
Medical malpracticeLegal expenses (including contract disputes)

Want to know more about Surveyors Insurance?

Please get in touch with our divisional director, Martin Swann, using the details below.

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