We can arrange Commercial Business Insurance for almost every type of business and we have tailor-made policies to suit many individual trades, for some of these you can get an online business insurance quote below.
Here at Safely Insured, customer service is our focus. As Safely Insured has grown over the years, so has the need for a specialist commercial insurance department that can assist all our clients who require quality business insurance. We’ve responded to this need, placing you as the customer at the heart of our business. If you’re looking for business insurance, then there really is no need to look any further than the experts here at Safely Insured.
If you know exactly what form of business insurance you require, then simply give one of our advisors a call to discuss your options. Our experienced, friendly staff members are more than happy to discuss your options and are keen to ensure that you get the best possible deal. We regularly deal with dozens of insurance companies and search for the best cover and premiums so that you don't have to.
So, call today for a free discussion about your requirements and we can arrange a quotation if required.
To get a quotation it is always best to speak to one of our Business Insurance experts on th phone - or you can complete a basic enquiry form and they will contact you. Below are the types of policy that we offer.
If you own a small business or are self-employed you are likely to have regular contact with the public. Whilst you may take every precaution you can to protect the public or their property, accidents do happen and you could be held financially responsible for any injury caused or property damaged.
Public Liability cover is available to protect you against such claims and is available in isolation or can be combined with Employers Liability cover or as part of a package.
You are responsible for the health and safety of your employees whilst at work. If an employee of yours is injured at work or a former employee becomes ill as a result of work carried out while in your employment, they may try to claim compensation from you if they believe you to be responsible.
The Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act 1969 ensures you have at least minimum insurance cover against any such claims.
If you provide advice or a professional service as part of your business, you should consider taking out Professional Indemnity Insurance. This cover can protect you if you were to make a mistake in your work, give poor advice or lose confidential data, which causes your client’s business to suffer a financial loss.