Every company has to hire employees with key competences – people whose experience, know-how, or unique skills have a tangible influence on the development and functioning of the company.
What, then, would happen in the event that such a valuable employee would die or became ill to the point of being unable to perform their job? This could result in serious financial losses for the company, or even its downfall.
Every company in the UK must have Employer’s Liability Insurance. This requirement also applies if you’re self-employed.
If you utilise vehicles professionally, you are also required to purchase Commercial Vehicle Insurance. As part of an additional company insurance, there are various other insurance types, including:
- Commercial property insurance,
- Liability insurance, including:
- Product liability,
- Public liability,
- Professional indemnity,
- Officers liability,
- Key person insurance,
- Shareholder protection.
- Relevant life.
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Do I have to speak English to get an insurance policy?
Yes, you must have a working knowledge of English. All documentation is written in English and it’s also the language in which all communication with insurance companies is handled. Should the need arise, we are here to help clear up any doubts and inconsistencies.
What factors influence the price of insurance in the UK?
The main factor influencing the price is age. Anything that influences your health, such as smoking, is also important. Of course, the type and scope of the insurance also determine the price.
When is the insurance activated?
In most cases, insurance is active from the moment the insurance company accepts your application.
Will the insurance still be active if I decide to go back to Poland?
In most cases, yes. An insurance policy may be extended after changing your country of residence within the EU. If you decide to go back to Poland, this may be particularly beneficial to you, considering the fact that Polish insurance policies tend to be more expensive. In order to make sure that you can do this, it’s best to contact your advisor for confirmation.
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