To make sure all areas of risk are covered in your work in construction management, Contractor Cover will create a tailor made insurance package to suit your specific needs.
Professional Indemnity Insurance is essential for those involved in construction management as it will cover the legal costs and damages if there is a dispute around the services or advice that you’ve provided.
If you work from an office in your role in construction management, you need to protect yourself against any accidents that may happen with clients or other stakeholders visiting. Public Liability Insurance means you’re protected financially if you’re found liable for damages to a person or property.
When you’re carrying portable items around to various worksites, particularly expensive equipment such as laptops or mobile phones, you need to make sure these items are covered. General Property Cover means that your portable items are covered if they’re lost or stolen.
If you’re used to a busy schedule in construction management, it can be a shock to the system if you’re suddenly unable to work and can be difficult financially if you’re without an income. Take the worry out with Personal Accident and Illness Cover which will ensure you’re still paid a portion of your income if you can’t work due to illness or injury.
When you run a busy construction management business, the last thing you need is to be hit with a tax audit and face the expense of having to hire professionals to complete the audit for you. To make sure the expenses associated with hiring an accountant or lawyer at audit time are covered, take out Tax Audit Cover.
For further information, contact Contractor Cover today.