What is Public Liability Insurance?

Modified on Tue, 21 Feb 2023 at 02:36 PM

Public liability is cover for claims made against you in the event of injury or damage to third parties or third-party property caused by you in the conduct of your business. 

For example, if a customer in your store trips and falls over something in the store and injures themselves, you may be responsible for their medical costs and potentially their loss of income due to their injury. If you have public liability insurance, you will likely be covered against this type of claim.


Whether you're a small business owner or manage a larger organisation, understanding public liability insurance is essential to protecting your business and your assets.


PLEASE NOTE THIS DOES NOT REPRESENT 'FINANCIAL ADVICE' AS EACH PERSON'S INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS WILL BE UNIQUE TO THEIR SPECIFIC NEEDS


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