Bookkeeping Public Liability Insurance
Bookkeeping Public liability insurance is aimed to protect your business and your employees from any third-party damage or incidents. Liability policies can cover a wide range of incidents that could potentially cost your business a lot of money.
What’s Bookkeeping Public Liability Insurance?
There are endless amounts of third-party incidents that could occur in a bookkeeping business. Your business could be broken into and confidential or expensive equipment could be stolen. Your property or building could be damaged from a third-party. This is where Bookkeeping Public Liability Insurance comes in. With this cover, your business won’t have to pay for the damages or expenses that were caused by these types of incidents.
Is it needed?
It isn’t mandatory, but it is definitely recommended to cover your business with bookkeeping public liability insurance. Although these incidents might not happen, you and your business can be safe knowing that they are covered from any potential accidents, damage or incidents that could occur. Because these types of expenses can be quite costly at times, which could bring your business growth down. Here are a few examples of what public liability insurance can cover:
- Business Property damage
- Theft cover
- Equipment Insurance
- Employee injuries
- and more…
Bluewell Insurance Brokers have looked after business insurance and public liability insurance for Australian bookkeeping business owners. We are happy to help you find the right about of coverage for your business so you can get on ad do what you do best-run your business.