Professional Indemnity Question
Thread poster: Stacey Wilcox
Stacey Wilcox
Local time: 21:53
Spanish to English
Oct 27, 2005

Hi everyone, I've just started as a freelance translator and am looking to get some professional indemnity insurance, although I don't know where to start. I'd really appreciate any tips anyone has about this and on making sure I'm getting the best cover before I take on any work... thanks in advance

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Evert DELOOF-SYS  Identity Verified
Belgium
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You may want to check earlier messages about this subject Oct 27, 2005

Hi Stacey,

Welcome to ProZ.com.

Have a look at e.g. http://www.proz.com/post/119184#119184
or enter 'indemnity insurance' in the Search box on this page for a clickable overview of previously posted messages about the same subject.
You'll surely find all information you need there.

Good luck,

Evert


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Stacey Wilcox
Local time: 21:53
Spanish to English
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Thanks for the advice - I've had a look and it's a very helpful link, I'll definitely be following up on that one.

Stacey


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