Whether your business is large or small, finding the right professional indemnity insurance is often a legal requirement. As no two businesses are the same, the cost of purchasing a plan can vary depending on your day-to-day operations. Fortunately, there are easy ways to lower your costs and still meet all legal requirements. Take a professional approach to your application When your insurance's underwriter first looks at your forms, they'll treat them as a representation of how professional your business is.
5 June 2018
Civil contracting insurance is an essential tool to help you manage the risk that would be associated with your construction project. When selecting an insurance policy, the conventional option is to choose commercial general liability as a form of broad coverage. However, different construction projects have diverse needs, which makes it essential for you to base your decisions on the individual risk posed to your particular site. Luckily, insurance providers have a host of additional policies that you could bundle together with your primary civil contracting insurance.
18 October 2017
As an employer, you may occasionally be required to help one of your employees lodge a worker's compensation claim. Essentially, when employees gets hurt on the job, they can use the worker's compensation plan to replace some of their wages until they have healed from the injury. If you are looking for ways to reduce worker's compensation claims to your business, here are some ideas to help you. 1. Hire Freelancers
10 May 2017
As a business owner, you have many responsibilities, one of which involves purchasing a commercial insurance policy. Many people who start small businesses think that this is an unnecessary expense, and they don't bother getting it. What they don't realize is that having commercial insurance can protect them from a number of financial issues. Read on to learn more about the things that are covered by commercial insurance. Liability Insurance
2 December 2014