Partnered with PIB Insurance Broker, a UK leading specialist in commercial business insurance tailored to help reduce the level of risk for your business through public liability, employers liability or professional indemnity insurance.
Commercial insurance helps businesses identify and protect against risks to their bottom line, enabling them to grow and thrive. Our partners PIB insurance brokers can also help with protecting your business with insurance such as key person, personal guarantee and medical.
Insurance provides cover against standard commercial risks like property, vehicle and fleet, professional liability and travel.
It doesn’t matter what type of business you are either, as we can help those that are sole traders or SMEs, through to the larger corporate companies.
Regardless of the type, size or location of your business, commercial insurance offers invaluable protection against unforeseen circumstances which may cause financial loss, injury or damages.
There are different types of insurance which cover businesses, including public liability insurance, employers’ liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance. These policies can protect against claims made by your clients, employees and members of the public.
Commercial insurance can also prove the credibility of your business and show clients that you are trustworthy.
MAF Finance Group’s commercial insurance products are arranged and administered by PIB insurance brokers who will help you get the right cover for your business.
Public liability insurance – This covers the cost of compensation claims and legal fees if a third party is injured, or if their property or possessions are damaged, because of your business.
Employers’ liability insurance – This is a legal requirement for businesses employing personnel. This mandatory cover can protect you from the cost of compensation claims if your employees are injured or ill as a result of working for you.
Professional indemnity insurance – If you offer professional advice or service, professional indemnity insurance protects you against financial loss if a client takes legal action against you for the inaccurate or inadequate advice and work you provided.
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Yes – all businesses must have commercial insurance, which protects them from the unexpected and covers their financial liability. If a business employs personnel, they are required by law to have employers’ liability insurance.
The benefits of commercial insurance include the following:
There are many other coverage options that fall under commercial insurance:
Buildings insurance – This covers the cost of repairing or rebuilding your business premises in the event of a fire, flood or storm damage.
Contents insurance – This covers the cost of repairing or replacing the contents of a business, such as goods, stock and equipment, if lost, stolen or damaged.
Fixtures and fittings insurance – This covers repair and replacement costs for items that do not belong to the building but are not in stock, therefore you may choose to add them to your insurance.
Loss of rent insurance – This covers any financial loss you may have during a time when you are unable to rent out your commercial property to tenants.
Working with our partners PIB insurance brokers they will be able to provide you with a commercial insurance quote for your business.
If you would like to get a quote or need further information, simply fill in the form and we will contact you. If you want to speak to someone directly, you can call us on 0115 958 6872 and a member of our team will be happy to speak to you. Alternatively, email us at email@example.com.
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