If you are a landscaper and run your own personal business, we will assist you to know how much coverage you need based on your business activities, financial situation and risks. Depending upon the nature of your work it may be that your possible that your business insurance requirements will need to go beyond just having public liability insurance.
Insurance policies that you may want to consider include:
As general advice, you should know and make sure that the information contained in your policy is complete to avoid any issues in the future. Make sure to check with your insurance broker before signing the disclosure agreement.
This insurance coverage is very helpful for anyone who has a business involved in landscaping or has a similar nature of work as a landscaper. Policies can be arranged for sole traders who are gardeners, small business owners or larger landscapers who are registered companies with a team of employees.
This would include all types of trade that involve dealing with people’s property landscape or lawn improvement projects. If you fall into this category, please consider getting landscaping insurance.
As a sole tradie or small business owner, you don’t have to lie awake at night thinking about what may go wrong. This is why business insurance is available for all types of businesses, and there is a range of different policies that address the needs of each.
Having security, especially financially, is for the best interest of your business and yourself. Here is what insurance can give you:
Insurance, especially public liability, will protect your assets in the event of a claim by a third party for financial compensation for injury or property damage caused by your business.
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Here are some answers to frequently asked questions by our clients:
Insurance may not always be a legal requirement, however some industry groups or clients may make it contractual requirement that you have General Liability insurance in place. Furthermore, most clients engaging landscapers and gardeners would expect that they had General Liability insurance at the very minimum.