Protect your business against professional indemnity claims
What is Professional Indemnity insurance?
Covers you against claims of defamation, loss or damage to documents, infringement of intellectual property and more.
Public relations costs
Covers the cost of a public relations consultant to help mitigate damage to your reputation following a claim against your business.
Claims investigation cost
Covers the cost of investigating, defending and settling claims made against you.
Cover for a wide range of industries
Accountants, barristers, bookkeepers, migration agents, advertising, PR and marketing agencies, recruiters, IT and more
Acupuncturists, chiropractors, dietitians, optometrists, occupational therapists, beauty therapists, osteopaths, coaches, pilates instructors and more
Architects, building designers, engineers, landscape designers, graphic designers, interior designers and more
Agents, conveyancers, buyers advocates, resident managers and more
Charity, community & NFP groups
Association liability, disability care services and NDIS, childcare centres
Builders, plumbers, chefs, electricians, landscapers, painters, tilers, plasterers, roofers, locksmiths, bricklayers, glaziers, carpenters, mechanics, bakers and more
Protects your business against claims for personal injury or property damage that occur because of your business activities.
You're covered in the case of cyber hacks that damage your business.
Protects both professionals and establishments in the fields of medial and allied health.
Things you should know
Insurance products primarily issued by Insurance Australia Limited ABN 11 000 016 722 trading as CGU Insurance and WFI. In arranging insurance policies, the Bank acts under its own AFSL and an agreement with the insurer. Insurance products may alternatively be arranged by Community Insurance Solutions Pty Ltd ABN 32 151 328 148, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank and a Corporate Authorised Representative (No. 458332) of Community Broker Network Pty Ltd ABN 60 096 916 184 AFSL 233750.
Information is of a general nature only. You should consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) available in branch or online and whether or not the insurance is appropriate for you before deciding whether to acquire the insurance. Policy conditions, limitations and exclusions apply.