If your retail business employs staff, whether these are employees, casual or temporary workers or contractors, then it is a requirement by law for you to have employers’ liability insurance. This protects your business from claims of injury or illness from any workers both past and present.
Contents and stock insurance may also be included to your policy to protect your business assets, whether these are fixture and fittings or items that you sell. Depending on your stock items, if they are high-risk or not, you may wish to increase or lower your cover depending on the cost required to replace the items.
At Compare My Insurance, we can take into account all the different cover options you may need, which may include business interruption if you are forced to close your business for a period of time or perhaps the loss of drinks licence which can interrupt your daily running. Whatever your business needs, Compare My Insurance will find the right coverage options that you need, all in one easy to manage policy.
Slips, trips and falls are just one of the risks posed to a commercial property. Ensure your business is well protected in case of any claim of injury, property damage or to the public, with public liability insurance. If you employ a number of staff, then you may also need to include employers’ liability in your policy.
Up to £10 million worth of cover for property owners liability and £100K of commercial property expenses. Public liability can help to protect your customers and your business should there be any damage to property or accidents that result in injury. Don’t forget your property’s building insurance too.
Whatever you business, if your equipment, stock or building gets damaged the cost of replacement could be unmanageable. With the right property insurance in place, you can ensure business continuity should anything happen to your commercial property. You can also increase cover for high-risk items.