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Under UK law, most companies are required to have general liability insurance. Exceptions include those that solely employ close family members and those with workers who live overseas.
There are two primary types of general liability insurance: public liability and employers’ liability:
• Public liability insurance protects businesses that perform activities that may affect third parties, such as the general public, visitors, trespassers, and sub-contractors. Insured activities include things that put third parties and their property at risk.
• Employers’ liability insurance covers liabilities that could be imposed on an employer if that employer is harmed at work or undertaking tasks required by their job description.
With over a decade of experience and binding agreements with A-rated insurers, our specialist team is ready to help you shape a high-quality, tailored solution.