Commercial legal expenses insurance
Cover your business against the cost of contract disputes, tax investigations and more from as little as £5 a month.
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Cover starting at £5 a month
Frequently asked questions
What's the difference between legal expenses insurance and professional indemnity insurance?
Legal expenses insurance covers your business for a wide range of potential legal disputes including investigations by the Health & Safety Executive, contract disputes, employment disputes with employees and the costs of attending court if required to when you have a claim covered under the policy.
Professional indemnity insurance, on the other hand, specifically covers against allegations of professional negligence – namely errors or mistakes you make in a piece of work (such as a project or report) for a client.
The two types of cover insure against different scenarios, therefore, it's important you consider arranging both to ensure full protection.
What level of cover is available?
Our legal expenses insurance offers limits of up to £100,000.
Please note this is subject to a total limit of £1m for all claims made in a policy period. For full details, please refer to the Summary of Cover and Policy Wording.
Why should I insure with Markel?
Markel has over 25 years of experience insuring contractors, consultants and self-employed professionals. We insure over 200,000 micro businesses and are highly rated by our customers at Feefo.com.
We are a division of Markel International, a Lloyd’s and London market insurer that wrote gross premium totals of $1.2 billion in 2018.
To talk about your insurance requirements and better understand our cover, call us on 0800 640 6600 or get a quick quote online.
How are Markel regulated?
Markel International Insurance Company Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Find out more on the Financial Services Register.