Public liability insurance is a common insurance policy that organisations or individuals take out to protect against any liability they may face from a third party regarding any business-related activity.
Sometimes it seems like insurance companies go out of their way to make things confusing or to ask strange questions. So here are 8 easy ways to get more out of your insurance.
There’s an old saying “give us the tools and we’ll the finish the job.” As far as sayings go, it’s a pretty accurate picture of how life works.
Technology has become an embedded part of modern business, consider the nature of your company and its reliance on email correspondence, computer software, internet sales processing, electronic data storing or even social media.
The idea behind insurance is fairly simple; it’s an ongoing gamble where you only “win” money once you “lose” the game. Put in another way, it allows you to pay a fee so that a different company will foot the bill when particular circumstances are met (like crashing your car).
When you start a business, you are at risk. Lawsuits can come to you from the most unlikely sources. Therefore, you’re going to need insurance. Now, you might question. What are the small business insurance requirements?
Owning a business comes with a range of pressures, none of which compare to the financial strains that are brought on as a result of poor cash flow.
What is public liability insurance? This cover is designed to pay claims brought forward by the general public concerning incidents connected to the policyholder’s business which cause:
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