Join this webinar to learn about the benefits of having a professional liability insurance policy to protect yourself and your business from potential claims!
Are you a professional translator or interpreter? Have you considered the importance of professional liability insurance to protect yourself and your business from potential claims?
In this 60-minute presentation, you’ll hear from an industry expert about the nature of professional liability insurance, what it does and doesn’t cover, and other important policy terms. You will also gain insight into the types of claims that can be made and how to avoid or mitigate them.
Using examples of actual situations that have arisen, you will learn about the benefits of having such insurance and what to do in a claim or potential claim situation, including what is required by the terms of the policy. You will also learn about the features and availability of the insurance program available to ATA members.
This presentation is designed for both translators and interpreters and will be presented in English.
By attending this webinar, you will:
- Get a better understanding of the nature of your professional liability insurance coverage.
- See what types of claims you might face.
- Learn or reinforce ways to avoid claims or mitigate them.
- Learn or reinforce what to do and how to respond to claims when made.
- Hear about what coverage is available to you as an ATA member.
About the Presenter
Martin Ween, Senior Counsel at Wilson Elser, the law firm that works with the Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London, has been involved in the field of professional liability for 50 years, including extensive experience with the liability of translators and interpreters as a result of more than 20 years of responsibility for claims made under the professional liability program provided by the Underwriters at Lloyd’s to members of the American Translators Association. This has included handling and resolving claims; receiving and responding to inquiries from ATA members; and providing seminars, webinars, and materials to ATA and its members on a variety of topics related to their insurance coverage, liability, and ways to avoid and mitigate claims.
Code of Conduct
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