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Self Employed Public Liability Insurance
Being self-employed in any profession could mean that you are legally required to have a public liability insurance policy. Quotezone is there to help you find a cheap policy to suit your needs. You may need coverage for many levels and quotes are available for comparison from a large variety of brokers and insurers within the UK who are the best and cheapest online and offline providers. One form is all it takes and once you complete that we can offer you ways to find the best insurer for your self-employed needs.
What type of self-employed public liability insurance do I need?
The purpose of Public liability insurance is to protect your equipment, goods and physical being from harm or harm caused to a visitor or client. If you are self-employed you must have coverage to protect you from being sued for damages if a client is hurt while on your premises, under your care or using your facilities. Public liability insurance is also essential if you sell services or goods to the public. Your clients must be protected against faulty goods, misrepresented goods or advertising and other legal incidents that require protection. Legal costs are also partly covered and pay-outs for damages against you can also prevent you from paying out from your own pocket.
Does the FCA regulate Quotezone?
Quotezone and its panel of members are regulated under the Financial Conduct Authority and must comply with all rules and laws laid down for the protection of clients.
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