Having a liability insurance policy is absolutely essential to avoid the possibility of putting your business in jeopardy. We understand this necessity and work with the nation’s leading insurers to ensure that you get the perfect policy for you and your business.
- Public, products and employers’ liability available
- Most trades and businesses covered
- Expert staff on hand to answer your questions
- All the documents you need delivered immediately
Each individual is different but customers who purchase goods in transit insurance often require other optional products to ensure they have full cover for their business needs, such as:
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YOUR LIABILITY INSURANCE QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Is it compulsory to have liability insurance?
If you employ anybody in any capacity, it’s a legal requirement to have an Employers’ Liability insurance policy in force.
Although public liability and products liability insurance is not compulsory, you’ll usually find that any principal you contract to will insist on a minimum level of cover to fulfil your contract conditions.
Even if that’s not the case, for as little as £60 a year you can avoid having to pay compensation.
Can I pay monthly for my liability insurance?
Yes, we offer monthly payments on all our policies. However, as the premium is usually low it will make more financial sense to pay for your cover in one go.
I have a three-month contract - can I get temporary cover?
Right now, we cannot arrange short term insurance. All our policies are offered are on 12-month contract, although you do have the right to cancel at any time and obtain a rebate of premium. We can explain everything when you discuss your quote with us.
Customers need to know that you have something that will guarantee the safety of you both. But it doesn’t have to come at a huge cost. We work hard to get the best deals and deliver some great savings.
While public liability and products liability are not compulsory, they are extremely important and will be seen by many businesses you may partner with as a minimum requirement to fulfil contractual negotiations.