If you work in the construction industry you should be well aware that you need Public Liability Insurance in place to protect you, should a member of the public suffer an injury on site. But what about injury to employees and subcontractors? Depending on the set-up of your construction business, the status of your subcontractors can be a confusing topic.
As a salon owner you’re probably aware that you need a certain amount of Public Liability Insurance in place should one of your customers or a member of the public suffer an injury on your premises. But depending on the set-up of your business, the status of your stylists can be a confusing topic.
The festival season is big business in the UK. With dozens of major events and more than a million people attending at least one festival every year, there are plenty of opportunities for traders to clean up.
If you’re the sort that’s always looking for new ways to diversify your business, the long awaited launch of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive may have come non-to-soon. The launch, due this Easter, will see huge changes in the heating industry.
There is never a good time to realise you aren't sufficiently covered. However, if you were to pick one time of year that you could really do without the added stress and financial outlay, it is Christmas.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few days, you've probably heard about the huge pile-up involving 130 cars that occurred on a bridge in Kent last week. The crash occurred in heavy fog during rush hour, lasted for over ten minutes, and stretched across the whole length of the Sheppey Bridge in Kent. Whilst many were injured in the accident, fortunately there were no fatalities.