News April 27, 2020

CFC updates market-leading professional liability products

CFC today released the latest version of its market-leading professional liability insurance products.

Built for small-to-midsize professional services firms across a variety of sectors and geographies, CFC’s comprehensive professional liability insurance policies address the wide range of exposures these businesses face while filling in gaps in cover left by many traditional policies.

“Our clients want comprehensive cover that goes beyond basic professional liability to address exposures like general liability, employer liability and even cyber. Most importantly, they want it at a competitive price with a responsive service. That’s our aim.” Jonathan Swann, Chief Development Officer

CFC’s modular policies provide comprehensive errors and omissions cover, contractual liability and legal cover, along with separate towers for general liability including bodily injury and property damage, personal and advertising injury, products liability, automobile liability and pollution liability, among others. Cyber and privacy liability are also available to professional services customers as standard.

CFC offers bespoke professional liability products for accountants, architects & engineers, design & construction, healthcare, media professionals, oil & gas consultants, property professionals, staffing agencies and technology companies.

“We look at hundreds of different professions, and happily consider unusual or specialist businesses that other markets may not understand or have time for,” continued Swann.

Committed to delivering exceptional service to brokers and customers, CFC responds to 90 percent of new business enquiries from around the world in 24 hours or less, and policies are issued within the same day. Customers are supported by CFC’s award-winning in-house claims team which handles thousands of professional liability claims each year.

Find out more in our upcoming webinars for US and Canadian brokers:

Professional liability essential coverages: A changing landscape

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
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