Market Stallholder Liability Insurance

Specialist insurance for your business

Market Stallholder Liability Insurance

As a stallholder, you need insurance that protects your business in the event of an accident or incident where your customers or members of the public believe you are responsible and take legal action against you. Even if you are found not to be liable, there will be costs involved in defending your business that will need to be covered.

Our specialised Market Stallholder liability insurance covers

  • Products Liability - damage or injury caused by a product you have sold.
  • Legal Costs - in the event that a claim is made against your market stall including for claims alleging negligence.
  • Property Damaged - caused by your market stall activities including damage caused by negligence.
  • Personal Injury - if, in the course of normal activities, your market stall has caused injury to someone.
  • Third Party - claims made by third parties.

To receive a competitive quote for your business, simply fill out the form and one of our expert team will be in touch

Not sure what insurance you need for your market stall? Contact our expert to discuss your business needs.

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