If you rent or own an office, this cover helps you replace equipment after a flood, fire or burglary. Custom build a policy specific to your business by choosing only the covers you need.
What is office insurance?
Office insurance is designed to protect you against the costs and disruption to your business following an unexpected event.
Adversities such as a fire, flood or burglary can be disastrous and expensive to manage. Business insurance can be a lifeline when you’re trying to recover and rebuild.
- Office buildings and contents cover, at work and on the move
- Covers essential liabilities and legal costs
- All-in-one policy makes it easy to manage your cover
- Business interruption cover available
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How office insurance can help your business
Our cover enables you to protect your risks in one easy-to-manage policy. From damage to your workplace, right through to your public and employer liabilities, we’re here to make sure you have the support you need to keep your business moving forward when reliability matter most.
Support, when you need it most
If disaster strikes and you’re facing downtime, our advanced protection may help. It covers downtime caused by events such as fire and flooding. Your cover includes loss of revenue and the increased cost of working your business incurs, so that you can get back up and running without skipping a beat.
Cover for your buildings
We’ve included protection for your buildings whether you own or lease. We are here to help fix your workplace in case of events such as fire, flood and subsidence. If your workplace is essential to your business operations, this cover is for you.
Once you've completed a quote, you'll be able to view a summary of cover. Please always refer to your policy documents for full details around exclusions, terms and limits of your customised cover. Read our guide to understanding your policy documents.
What does office insurance cover?
Pick from a range of covers to create the protection you need.
Public liability insurance
Public liability insurance is designed to protect against legal and compensation costs for any accidents that your business is liable for, injuring or causing damage to the property of clients, suppliers, or members of the public. Unlike some policies, our public liability insurance covers your liability to your landlord if you accidentally damage the premises you rent or hire (including fixtures and fittings). We can offer up to £5 million public liability cover.
Employers' liability insurance
Employers' liability insurance (EL) is a legal requirement for UK companies, even if you only hire contractors, temporary or part-time staff. Our employers' liability insurance provides £10 million cover and automatically covers your employees when they work from home or travel anywhere in the world.
Portable and electronic equipment
This covers your portable and electronic equipment (including accessories) for accidental loss or damage anywhere in the UK and while temporarily removed anywhere in the world.
If you own the premises, we can cover the buildings. If you lease the premises, we can cover the fit-out as well as your landlord's fixtures and fittings.
We also provide rent payable cover, which covers you if you are required to continue paying rent to your landlord in the case of an insured property damage event.
Business interruption insurance
This covers your loss of revenue following an insured accident at your premises, so that you can get back to work without losing days of time and money.
Covers the cash you hold, whether it's at your premises, a safe location, or in transit to another safe location. We can offer you up to £3,500 for any single loss on premises during working hours, in transit or while secure in a bank safe.
Legal defence costs
Covers legal costs and expenses arising from a breach of health and safety regulations, consumer protection and food safety acts, as specified in your policy wording.
Office insurance FAQs
Our comprehensive office cover provides you with insurance for a variety of risks your business faces.
Covers like property damage, business interruption and transit insurance are important for many businesses, as these losses can be unaffordable without insurance.
This will vary depending on the nature of your claim. Some claims won't have any excess and others will. For details, please see your policy schedule.
Yes! Whether you and your employees are in the office, at home, or travelling for work, we can cover you.
My business doesn't involve much interaction with the public. Do I still need public liability insurance?
Even if your business is office-based, you’ll no doubt have clients or members of the public visiting you from time to time, or perhaps your employees attend work events. If an accident happens, either on your premises, or as a result of your activities elsewhere, you could be held liable, with serious financial repercussions for your business.
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A-rated financial strength
Our insurance products are underwritten by Standard & Poor’s A-rated financial strength or higher. This means the underwriter has been independently assessed by the world’s leading credit rating provider and found to have a strong capacity to meet financial commitments (pay claims).
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If you are a business with an annual turnover under £1m, charity with an annual income under £1m, or trust with net assets under £1m, then you will be entitled to compensation from the FSCS in the unlikely event we cannot meet our obligations. Full details and further information on the scheme are available at www.fscs.org.uk.