Buying business insurance can be bewildering. Whether you want to buy your insurance online with us, or know that you will need specialist consultation and broker advice, having some basic knowledge of the most common insurance products is incredibly valuable. We have put together a number of product buyers guides, designed to help you understand what protection different covers offer:
Typically combining all the covers that you might need to insure every aspect of your business, Business Insurance Package makes buying insurance a less complicated task.
Whether you are a Landlord looking to Let out a property to a third party, or an owner-occupier who has bought premises for your own business, Commercial Building Insurance is designed to protect you from a range of risks.
Are you a contractor or freelancer? No matter whether you work oat home, in your own or on someone else’s business premises, Contractor Insurance can be designed to protect you from a variety of risks, from illness cover through to cyber attack.
If your business has anywhere between 3 to 5 vehicles, a Mini Fleet policy offers cost effective flexibility in one easy to administer product.
Professional Indemnity Insurance protects your business from any claims arising from alleged negligence, intellectual property disputes, loss of documents or data or, heaven forbid, accusations of dishonesty.
Find out how Public Liability Insurance covers your legal liability to pay damages to members of the public for death, bodily injury or damage to their property which occurs as a result of your business activities.
If your business has a number of premises, a variety of operational considerations that require special consideration or needs to store or distribute product, Small Business Combined policy may be your answer. It’s designed for businesses with slightly more complex insurance requirements.
In addition to these product guides, you may also find our insurance trade guides useful in helping you to identify any particular insurance requirements typically required in your particular line of work.