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Common questions about public liability insurance
Public liability insurance covers costs relating to injury or property damage caused to the public that are deemed to be the responsibility of your business or staff members. Discover the answers to common questions about this valuable commercial cover.

Article Added: 2/4/2010 - Rating: 4.50 4.50 (4 votes) - Comments: 0

Do You Need Business Insurance if You Work From Home?
With around 2.1 million businesses run from home in the UK, and an estimated 1,400 created every single week, there's no denying that it's a popular way of starting

Article Added: 23/3/2008 - Rating: 3.50 3.50 (4 votes) - Comments: 1

How to Protect Your Business Against the Loss of a Key Employee?
Business Protection gives your business financial help if the staff covered are affected by death, terminal or critical illness, or permanent disability during a benefit term.

Article Added: 4/4/2005 - Rating: 0.00 (0 votes) - Comments: 0

How Does Business Life Insurance Work?
Business life insurance pays out the sum assured to your business if the staff covered die or are diagnosed with a terminal or critical illness covered by the policy during a benefit term.

Article Added: 11/3/2005 - Rating: 0.00 (0 votes) - Comments: 0




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