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Frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Bespoke Medical Indemnity pay out in the event of a large claim?

Your contract of insurance is with an A rated insurer, which generally means they are stable.

This means that it is unlikely, that they would be unable to pay out in the event of a large claim.

Will your prices increase next year?

Generally, premiums only increase in line with income. There is no banding matrix like Defence Unions. It is a more transparent way of demonstrating value.

It is our job to achieve the best price for you

What happens when I retire?

When you retire, you have a contract of insurance which has built in 20 years run off cover. There is no extra charge for this, as long as you meet the terms and conditions of the policy.

Run off also applies if you retire through disability, or death and your family/estate left with a notification or claim.

Will my independent sector hospital recognise the policy?

Bespoke Medical Indemnity takes great pride in its customer service. A senior member of our team would be very happy to meet or have a telephone discussion at your convenience.

Can I speak to a member of your team?

Bespoke Medical Indemnity take great pride in its customer service. A senior member of our team would be very happy to meet or have a telephone discussion at your convenience.

Where can I find your testimonials?

We have written testimonials on the site. We also have a panel of surgeons who are happy to discuss their experience with you.

Please email us and we will put you in touch.

Can I do Medico Legal work?

Yes, if you declare Medico Legal work on your prop form.

Can you give group discounts?

Yes, we can, but we would need to meet with you and discuss your requirements in more detail.

What happens if I have a problem?

For advice and help you can call our dedicated helpline (number here) which is available 24 hours a day.

Can I work abroad?

We do have clients performing clinical practice overseas. Please always check with the office first.