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What is occupiers' liability insurance?

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Chris Andreou

What is occupiers' liability insurance? guide

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Occupiers' liability insurance, otherwise known as public liability insurance covers the occupier of a premises from legal and compensation costs that arise due to injury or property damage to a third party. For instance, if a customer trips over a loose wire at your office and makes an injury claim, this insurance product will cover the legal costs and compensation payment.

Occupiers' liability insurance, otherwise known as public liability insurance covers the occupier of a premises from legal and compensation costs that arise due to injury or property damage to a third party. For instance, if a customer trips over a loose wire at your office and makes an injury claim, this insurance product will cover the legal costs and compensation payment.

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