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Even charities are not immune to the cost of paying damages if a client, customer or employee is wounded on their premises. Todays long ream of health and safety laws inevitably means that something could slip through the net and be over looked, causing damage to someone on your charitable premises. Quotezone can help your charity business find the cheapest and best public liability insurance using our specialist online quotes method. Our long list of UK brokers and providers offer real-time quotes, current at the time of publication for you to use as comparison figures. You can then generate your own list of criteria and compare prices for your charity to suit your needs.
Why should a charity buy liability insurance?
Charities do great work. Theres no disputing that. However, they also have to operate as businesses, albeit non-profit. This means that the premises they work out of must follow all the laws and rules laid out by British law. If a customer, client or employee of a charitable organisation enters your premises and has an accident or is hurt by unsafe equipment they would easily sue you for damages. You may think that person might be more charitable in return, understanding your business ethics, but unfortunately that is not the case. A person can be seriously harmed and your PL insurance will protect you from large costs and legal damages.
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