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01 January 2016

Specialist insurance for the pest control industry - Bradshaw Bennett

BPCA and Bradshaw Bennett understand working in the pest control industry is a diverse job in which you can face different situations. Working with chemicals and firearms means that you can face a unique set of risks, and even in the best-regulated companies accidents do happen. So it's important to know that your insurance will protect you, your employees and your business.

It's our business to look after your business. We are working in partnership with specialist insurer Hiscox to provide a business insurance policy designed to meet the needs of pest control businesses. With an in-depth understanding of the pest control industry, our business insurance cover can be designed to suit the needs of your individual business. And in the event of an incident, you can rely on Hiscox to handle your claim quickly, efficiently and fairly.

Bradshaw Bennett

Specialist protection for your business

Bradshaw and Bennett protect your business with the following cover as standard:

Public and products liability

  • £5 million worth of cover to protect your business in the event of a claim made against you for property damage or injury as a result of your business activities.
  • Higher limits are available. No excess applies.
  • Cover includes financial loss £500,000.

Professional indemnity

Protects you if a client makes a claim against you for the work you have carried out for them. They provide £500,000 of cover.

Legal expenses

Covers you against the cost of making or defending a legal action, whether in court or not. Our legal expenses insurance includes free legal helplines and is up to a limit of £100,000.

BPCA members receive the following additional benefits at no extra cost:

  • Financial loss £1,000,000
  • Professional Indemnity £1,000,000
  • Tools cover £1,000 (£250 excess)

Tailor our cover to suit your business

You can add additional elements to your business insurance cover to create a policy that suits your needs, including:

  • Employers liability
  • Plant hire
  • Property insurance
  • Personal accident
  • Directors' and officers liability

Next steps

To discuss your pest control business insurance needs or get a quote please phone 01625 505870 or email pestcontrol@bradshaw-group.co.uk

For further information please visit:

www.pestcontrolinsurance.co.uk

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