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    • Gabriella_1
    • By Gabriella_1 7th Feb 18, 12:28 PM
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    Temporary public liability insurance for self-emp.
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    • 7th Feb 18, 12:28 PM
    Temporary public liability insurance for self-emp. 7th Feb 18 at 12:28 PM
    I am self-emlpoyed and work part-time as a chocolatier selling mainly at events, fairs etc. I have had PL insurance for the last year as most venues require it, but since I do markets only occasionally, mainly around Christmas it seems a waste of money to have an annual insurance cover. I wondered if it is possible to insure my business temporarily for the specific dates. I have only found temporary event PL insurance, designed to cover an actual event, not a small business exhibiting at the event. Any advice or help would be most appreciated. Thank you in advance!
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    • dacouch
    • By dacouch 7th Feb 18, 4:55 PM
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    Try the market traders associations, they offer cover at a very cheap price for annual cover.

    It will cost you less than 100
    • ashburnham
    • By ashburnham 8th Feb 18, 9:26 AM
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    There are such policies that offer one off day cover for what you do. My concern would be that the premium is probably going to be at least 25 for the day/event. After 3 or so days/events, the cost is going to be similar to an annual policy.
    • BooJewels
    • By BooJewels 8th Feb 18, 9:46 AM
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    • 8th Feb 18, 9:46 AM
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    • 8th Feb 18, 9:46 AM
    For the reasons as ashburnham mentioned, I keep an annual policy as a per-event basis would soon equal it. Even though I'm not doing events at the moment, knowing I'm covered for liability and my stock all year is worth it for peace of mind.
    Last edited by BooJewels; 08-02-2018 at 9:47 AM. Reason: Was relying to a post that I'd mis-read completely, so removed that section.
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