We have been having some interesting discussions with the team at Weald Insurance Brokers to see what implications there are to business insurance with everything that is going on.

They have very kindly provided us with a helpsheet which goes into detail about different elements to your businesses insurance policy and how this could open doors to some potential claims if your policy has the right wording.

Although every insurance policy is slightly different, their guide gives some helpful pointers if want to check your policy’s small print. The helpsheet also covers important things to consider for the current way of working including insurance to protect you for:

  • Increased cyber security risks with teams working from home
  • Employers Liability issues with people working from home
  • Issues affecting properties that you can no longer access due to the “Lockdown”

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If you want more detailed advice and don’t have an insurance broker already then please let us know and we can put you in contact with Weald Insurance. They have also kindly offered our clients a free view of their current policies and cover. If you’re interested please email us on discovery@a4g-llp.co.uk and we will put you in contact with them.

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