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'''Professional liability''' are the legal liabilities one might be liable to in the course of professional practice if things do not go well. It is generally advisable to consider [[professional liability insurance]] to cover the cost of protecting these liabilites in [[legal processes]] and for paying any damages.
 
'''Professional liability''' are the legal liabilities one might be liable to in the course of professional practice if things do not go well. It is generally advisable to consider [[professional liability insurance]] to cover the cost of protecting these liabilites in [[legal processes]] and for paying any damages.
   

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Professional liability are the legal liabilities one might be liable to in the course of professional practice if things do not go well. It is generally advisable to consider professional liability insurance to cover the cost of protecting these liabilites in legal processes and for paying any damages.

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