Good source for translators insurance
Thread poster: Conroy Fritz

Conroy Fritz  Identity Verified
Paraguay
Local time: 10:36
Member (2004)
German to English
Mar 8, 2003

Hello,


I\'m new to the field and was advised to get Error and Omission insurance for translators. I live in San Diego, California and was wondering if anyone had a suggestion as to a good insurance agency that would offer this type of insurance. Any suggestions as to the amount of coverage one should get or any other words of wisdom? Thanks in advance for any info.


Conroy


 

jccantrell  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 05:36
Member (2005)
German to English
+ ...
ATA Mar 11, 2003

You might want to look around the ATA website:


There, they claim as one of the benefits of membership:


discounts on professional liability insurance specifically tailored for the translation and interpreting professions;


Good luck.


 


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