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Charity Public Liability Insurance

Sadly charities are not immune to paying damages if a client, customer or employee is hurt while on their premises. The long list of health and safety laws inevitably means that anything could slip through the net and be over looked. This can cause damage to someone on your premises. Quotezone could help you find cheap charity public liability insurance using our simple online quote form. When you submit your details through our form, we then pass this information on to our panel of UK insurance providers who can get in touch with you directly to discuss your individual insurance requirements.

What type of charity public liability insurance do I need?

Charities must also operate as businesses, which means that the premises they use must follow all the laws and rules laid out by health and safety regulations. If a customer, client or employee of a charitable organisation visits your premises and is wounded by unsafe equipment they could sue you for damages. You may think that a person might be just as charitable to you in return, understanding your business ethics, but unfortunately that is not always the case. A client or customer can be seriously harmed and your PL insurance can help protect you from large costs and legal damages.

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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.