Professional indemnity insurance

Professional Indemnity Insurance
Professional indemnity insurance, often referred to as professional liability insurance or PI insurance, covers legal costs and expenses incurred in your defence, as well as any damages or costs that may be awarded, if you are alleged to have provided inadequate advice, services or designs that cause your client to lose money.

Example of a claim. A graphic designer was briefed by their client to provide price tags that would fit round the stem of Christmas trees. The tags would need to withstand exposure to the elements and stay fitted to the tree while it grew. The tags did not survive the test of time; the ink ran, rendering them useless to the client. The client lost money due to this oversight and took legal action against the graphic designer for professional negligence. The graphic designer’s professional indemnity insurance policy covered their legal costs and compensation payments to the client, a total cost of over £3,000. The client didn’t purs…

25 Best Canadian Medical Schools 2019 | UPDATED

25 Best Canadian Medical Schools 2019 | UPDATED Do the field of medical sciences and technology interest you? Do you have a preference for a country of study and is that country Canada? Get ti knw more about the Best Canadian Medical Schools 2019 Do you have a problem finding the perfect school for you? Listed below are the list of the best medical schools in Canada 2019, which are coincidentally among the world best medical schools. The schools are explained in brief with the official school websites given. University of British Columbia Tuition: 39,000 CAD  Established in 1915, the University of British Columbia is one of the top international universities in the world. It is a public research university. The faculty of medicine at the University of British Columbia is one of the best medical colleges in Canada 2019 and it consists of nineteen departments, three schools, and twenty-three research centers and institutes. Official Website University of AlbertaTuition: 20,400 CAD

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Academic Requirements Academic requirements for Canadian citizens or Canadian permanent residents:
A minimum of 15 full or 30 half credits in any university program by the end of the academic year (September–April) in which application is made.
All applicants are required to write the Medical College Admission Test prior to the deadline for submission of applications to OMSAS.
Credit Requirements In order to qualify for entry into the School of Medicine, candidates are required to have a minimum of 30 half or 15 full course credits at the undergraduate university level as described below. This requirement must be fulfilled by the June 30 prior to possible entry into the program.   Transfer credits appearing on your university transcript will be included in the credit requirement (i.e.  IB, AP, college credits).
Each year we receive applications from candidates who have studied at universities with various credit and grading systems. In order to give each candidate equal consideration, cou…