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Public liability cover for concrete pourers

Working as a concrete pourer is inherently dangerous considering the possibility of chemical burns, dust exposure, and lifting and falling injuries. But what many concrete pourers don’t think about is the risk they pose to others. For example, even if you put up safety barriers and signs, there’s a chance that members of the public could trip over your equipment. Or you could accidentally spill concrete and damage a nearby property. In these instances, you may be sued by the affected party and face costly compensation claims and legal fees as a result, both of which could spell massive trouble for your livelihood. Fortunately, public liability insurance protects you in these scenarios, as you won’t be the one paying out if you injure a customer or member of the public, or damage their property.

Most insurers offer between £1 million and £10 million worth of public liability insurance cover

What is concrete pourers insurance?

Considering the number of hazards you face day in, day out, a comprehensive concrete pourers insurance policy will help you in the event of an accident. Created with your profession in mind, it will save you from financial ruin if you’re ever hit with compensation claims or legal fees due to your work. All in all, concrete pourers insurance lets you get on with the job without worrying that one mistake could ruin it all.

Do concrete pourers need insurance?

Many insurance providers don’t consider the distinct dangers concrete pourers face, which is why a generic insurance policy won’t do. Even worse, many don’t even cover this profession at all due to how risky it can be. By using Brisco Business Insurance’s policy comparison tool, you’re much more likely to find the right cover for you.

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Concrete Pourer Insurance: Frequently Asked Questions

How much concrete pourers insurance cover do I need?

The amount of concrete pourers insurance you need depends on aspects such as how much your equipment costs, how big your contracts are, and how many jobs you do.

How much does concrete pourers insurance cost?

The price of your cover will be affected by things like the amount of protection you buy, your claims history, and how long you’ve been a concrete pourer.

Is concrete pourers insurance compulsory?

If you have employees, you need employer’s liability cover by law. Aside from that, concrete pourers insurance isn’t legally required, however, not only will it help protect your finances, but potential clients are likely to insist you’re insured before they agree to work with you.

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