If you operate as a contractor within the construction industry or allied trades, Contractors’ Liability Insurance covers you for Public Liability and Employers’ Liability under a combined policy.
Our Contractors’ Liability Insurance covers a wide range of different professions within the construction industry. From straightforward building work, to higher risk trades like roofers, scaffolders and ceiling contractors, we can find competitive cover for your business.
What does Contractors’ Liability Insurance cover?
The core cover under a Contractors’ Liability Insurance policy is for Public Liability and Employers’ Liability. Depending on the nature of your work, and the insurer we choose to work with, the cover can be further extended to include additional covers, all under one policy such as:
- Contract Works (to include such things as stock, temporary site buildings, plant and machinery)
- Tools Cover
- Hired in Plant
- Personal Accident Insurance
- Temporary Employees
- Directors & Officers’ Liability Insurance
- Legal Expenses Insurance
Which professions can you arrange Contractors’ Liability cover for?
We can arrange Contractors’ Liability Insurance for a very wide range of occupations at competitive terms. Whatever your specific business activity is, as long as you are involved in the construction industry, it is worthwhile contacting us for a quotation. Even if you are involved in more high risk activities, like working at airside or Railside, with heat or working at height, and even if your clients insist on high levels of indemnity, we will have arranged similar cover before.