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With the busy backdrop to any stall upping the likelihood of accidents, market traders and stallholders tend to face more risks than most. It’s here that public liability can protect you and put your mind at rest, keeping you covered if a member of the public suffers a loss or injury because of your business. Click below to compare market trader insurance quotes and a find a policy that fits your own requirements.Compare quotes
While generally public liability insurance is not a legal requirement in the UK, it is a very popular cover for market traders and stallholders, as well as for other businesses that regularly come into contact with members of the public.
Public liability insurance can cover compensation costs if someone sues your business for injury or damage. For example, a customer slipping or tripping over is one of the most common accidents in the book, and can often result in a public liability insurance claim.
Public liability insurance from Simply Business includes product liability insurance, which can be particularly important for market traders, as it protects your business in the event that your product causes injury or damage to a person or their property.
Should that happen, you could be liable to pay compensation even if you didn’t manufacture the product, and the costs can be severe.
You can tailor your market stall insurance policy to your own requirements choosing from additional covers, such as stock insurance, business premises insurance, business interruption insurance and more.
Need more details? Hear more about your business cover options from our expert team in a quick set of videos. Just choose the cover you’re interested in and get some expert insight into how our range of options can help your stall.
At Simply Business, we offer a minimum level of £1 million for public liability cover, but how do you choose the right level for you?
Depending on what you sell at your market stall or where it’s located, you may need more than the minimum level of cover, so check in with your local council – they should be able to tell you what you’ll need, plus give a bit of guidance on local process.
It’s very important to make sure you understand what you need from your market trader insurance. Use the check points below to get you thinking.