Translations for the insurance industry

Insurance companies are the backbone of society and the economy.
All the more important are accurate translations for the insurance industry.

Insurance gives us support and security during times of crisis; be it environmental disasters, legal disputes, or even a car accident. For this to continue, accurate translations are needed for the insurance industry. And SemioticTransfer takes care of that.

Insurance speak is contractual language

As we all know, the language used in insurance is mainly about legal texts: insurance applications, policies, and T&Cs are direct components of insurance communications. In addition, they use contractual language that can only be rendered by legal and native-speaking professionals within the respective target language. Find out more in our “legal translations” section. In addition to legally accurate texts, insurance companies must first and foremost offer one thing: security and trust. And this is only achieved with credible, accurate translations of insurance texts.

Top priority: confidentiality, data security, and quality

Translations are a matter of trust – particularly with translations in the insurance industry. A major topic here is data security. We handle your enquiries and documents with the utmost discretion and confidentiality. All your data is hosted in a Swiss data centre, certified in accordance with ISO 27001. This is how we meet the most stringent security requirements.

Additionally, the ISO 17100 standard and the four-eye principle ensure that our translations are of the highest quality: each insurance translation is reviewed by a native-speaking proofreader so that you receive the highest possible degree of assurance for your translation.

We offer these translations for the insurance industry

Within the field of translations for the insurance industry, our native-speaking professionals are able to provide any translation in over 40 languages. Here’s a non-exhaustive list:

  • Insurance policies
  • Insurance contracts
  • General Terms and Conditions
  • Expert reports
  • Police reports
  • Claims
  • Accident reports
  • Theft reports
  • Invoices
  • Protocols
  • Websites and landing pages for insurance products