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FAQs

Many consider insurance an expense that they cannot afford and although insurance can be expensive it should be countered into every budget as the cost of not having insurance can be far more substantial.

In the case of a business having insurance the policy will most often protect business from closing due to a catastrophic loss. This loss could incur from a multitude of reasons, fires, floods, natural disasters, this has been the end of many businesses during modern times. If there is an insurance policy in place this will not prevent any loss but it will soften the blow as the business will temporarily be closed rather than permanently, not to mention the personal financial damage business owners would avoid. Insurance is the best defensive measure for financial stability.

If you have any further questions about insurance and any policies that you may be interested in, do not hesitate to call a member of our team that will give you honest advice on what policy suits your needs.

Why insure my business?

 

What basic business insurance cover do I need?

What is Public Liability Insurance?

How do I protect my business in the event of a disaster?

What is an umbrella policy?

Who do I need to provide employers' liability cover for?

What is business interruption cover?

Can I cover my tools, business equipment and stock?

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Why choose Bennetts?
  • Free no obligation review of your current insurance arrangements
  • Dedicated commercial insurance adviser to guide you through the process
  • Bespoke insurance cover tailored to your exact requirements
  • Competitive premiums from the UK’s leading insurers
  • Selection of payment options including monthly instalment facility available upon request
  • Member of ‘Brokerbility’ - national broking group of 37 insurance intermediaries - giving us national size and reach but with local and personal service
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