Public liability insurance for subcontractors
What is public liability insurance?
Public liability insurance protects a business in the event that someone makes a claim against you for causing accidental damage or injury, whether to individuals or property. This claim could be made due to circumstances which took place either at your premises, or as a result of your business activities.
Self-employed public liability insurance
All self-employed subcontractors need public liability insurance.
As a fully-compliant company, Exchequer will request proof that you have public liability cover in place in the form of a cover note or insurance document.
In the event that you don’t already have a policy in place, we will cover you under the Exchequer Solutions policy and will increase our margin by £3 per week. Should you then organise your own cover in the future, please contact us, send in proof, and we will immediately remove you from our cover and reduce the margin retained by £3 per week.
Find out more
To find out more about self-employed public liability insurance, and how our services could help you, please contact our Registrations team on 01244 563 133 or email us at email@example.com.