Public Liability insurance covers any awards given to a member of the public due to an injury or damage to their property caused by yourself or your business. It also covers any related legal fees, costs and expenses.
Without Public Liability you are liable to pay the full amount of the claim. If you unable to pay the claim, you risk losing your business, home and any assets that you have.
In 2015 liability insurers paid out £6,000,000 per day in public liability claims. The average bodily injury claim costs £10,680, compared to an average of £2,649 for all other types of claim. No business should be without public liability insurance. A lack of Public Liability puts thousands of businesses at risk every year.
The cost of public liability is relatively low but it varies from business to business depending on the number of employees, turnover, the activities of your business etc.
An example of how a Public Liability claim could arise is if a member of the public slips on a spillage in a shop and there were no clear warning signs for the spillage. The member of public could quite easily sue the shop owner for damages.
M&DH Insurance Services Ltd are able to offer Public Liability insurance for a wide range of occupations. We have access to a wide range of insurance markets and specialist schemes that can ensure we provide a competitive quote for your Public Liability Insurance. We specialise in obtaining Public Liability Insurance quotes from a wide range of different insurers to ensure that we get the best possible business insurance cover at the best price.
M&DH Insurance Services Ltd are an independent broker. To obtain a quote or to seek advice from one of our insurance advisers about public liability insurance please contact us and we will be happy to help you.
Employers Liability insurance covers the costs of legal fees and compensation for employees who are injured or made ill at work through the fault of the employer. Additionally, it also means that compensation can still be sought by the employee even if the business goes bust.
Yes, Employers Liability insurance is a legal requirement. The Health and Safety Executive is responsible for enforcing the law on employers liability insurance and can fine you up to £2,500 for any day that you do not have the appropriate insurance.
When you take out an Employers Liability insurance policy, you will receive an employers liability certificate of insurance. You must display a copy of this where employees can easily read it and keep copies of it for at least 40 years. You need to make these certificates available upon request to health and safety inspectors or risk a fine of £1,000.
M&DH Insurance Services Ltd are a business insurance and commercial insurance broker. We specialise in obtaining Employers Liability insurance quotes from a wide range of different insurers to ensure that we get the best possible insurance cover at the lowest price.
To obtain an Employer Liability insurance quote or to seek advice from one of our insurance advisers about employers liability insurance please call us and we will be happy to assist you.