A small error in your copy could have enormous repercussions if it hurts your client's business. Insurance for technical writers can provide coverage for expenses associated with lawsuits and other risks.
These policies provide coverage for the most common risks of technical writing.
This policy, also called E&O or professional liability insurance, is important for technical writers. It can cover legal expenses related to your work performance.
This policy helps technical writers get back on their feet after a cyberattack or data breach. It covers the cost of recovering from a breach, such as notifying affected clients.
Fidelity bonds, also called employee dishonesty bonds, compensate your clients if one of your employees steals from them. They're often required by client contracts.
This policy covers basic technical writing business risks, such as client property damage and injuries. Bundle with property insurance for savings in a business owner’s policy.
Workers’ compensation insurance is required in almost every state for technical writing businesses with employees. It can cover medical costs for work-related injuries.
Commercial auto insurance can cover property damage and legal expenses in an accident involving a business-owned vehicle, along with theft, vandalism, and weather damage.
A technical writer produces a tremendous amount of content, from software documentation to instruction manuals. Mistakes are bound to happen, but they don’t have to interfere with your work. When an error in copy leads to a lawsuit, business insurance protects against legal fees. It also covers common injuries and accidents.