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Which would you rather afford – the cost of the insurance or the cost of replacing your office contents and the loss of revenue following an interruption to your business?
We ensure that you have the right policies in place to cover all of your home, contents, jewellery, watches, fine art and antiques, second, weekend homes and pied-a-terre, and any other investment properties you own.
Indemnity Insurance (PI), or Professional Liability Insurance, as it is also known, is an insurance most business owners that advise or design should consider taking out.
Cascade looks after many small Arts & Crafts businesses. Many of these businesses started off as a hobby and then have gradually grown and once the products are being sold, this is when insurance should be considered. In fact, many Craft fairs insist that their stall holders hold Public Liability insurance for themselves as well
There are insurances that it are very sensible for you to have for your business, but only a few that are required by law.
Commercial Property Insurance is a must for all those companies and individuals with premises that they do business from or have as an investment. There are two types of insurance – buildings insurance and contents insurance Buildings cover This is not a legal necessity however most mortgage providers will insist that you have this before
If you are running a Care home then your priority is to see that your residents or service users are looked after as well as giving your staff the best working conditions possible. Looking after the elderly and vulnerable is a special business and we support Care Home owners who work so hard in providing
If your business designs, produces or supplies a physical product, even if you don’t make a charge for the item you are giving away, you should have the protection of Product Liability Insurance. Product Liability Insurance is designed to provide compensation against: Damage or loss caused by a faulty item Claims for personal injury resulting
Most businesses that employ staff either on a full or part time basis should have Employers’ Liability Insurance not only because it is a legal requirement but because it makes good business sense and demonstrates you take the welfare of your staff seriously. The definition of employing staff applies to casual, seasonal, temporary or contract