Bricklayers Liability insurance
Bricklayers’ Liability Insurance
From repointing a chimney to building a house, bricklayers bring their essential skills to the construction site. Whether it’s a quick job or a long-term project, you’ll have real satisfaction when you say ‘I built that.’ But with building regulations to follow and potentially serious injuries at stake, it can be expensive if something goes wrong.
What is Bricklayers’ Commercial Liability Insurance?
Also known as Business Liability Insurance, Bricklayers’ Commercial Liability Insurance incorporates both Public Liability Insurance and Product Liability Insurance.
- Public Liability Insurance – provides protection for either individuals or companies against claims from third parties caused by bodily injury or disease or damage to their property
- Products Liability Insurance – provides cover against liabilities arising out of injuries to third parties or damage to their property caused by goods supplied, sold, tested, serviced or repaired. (includes the sale of food and beverages)
- Employers Liability Insurance – This is the only compulsory form of liability insurance* that is governed by statute, namely the Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act 1969. As an employer, you are responsible for the health and safety of your employees while they are at work. Even family members, unpaid helpers and volunteers are considered to be employees, especially if your business is profiting from their work. At Intasure, we can provide you with cover of up to £10million for employers’ liability insurance.
What is covered?
We can offer*:
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Who is it for?
Our insurance is for all bricklayers. Whether you are self-employed or you employ a team, we’ve got options for you.
- Knowledgeable & experienced team.
- Optional extras to meet your needs.
Get a quote today from Intasure
Call us now on 01384 943 094 for a call back or quote for Bricklayers’ Commercial Liability Insurance.
*This provides you with a summary of the cover. For precise details of cover, including the conditions and exclusions that apply, the policy document itself should be referred to.