Liability insurance

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Mitchel Lee insurance specialise in liability insurance for the building and allied trades. Builders, carpenters, plumbers and electricians we can cover them all.

We have access to a range of competitive liability insurance products. From sole traders to large companies.

All businesses should carry liability insurance and for those with employees it is a legal requirement.


Public liability insurance covers the cost of claims made by members of the public for incidents that occur in connection with your business activities.

Public liability insurance covers the cost of compensation for:

  • personal injuries
  • loss of or damage to property
  • death

Policies vary from insurer to insurer, but most public liability policies cover you for:

  • incidents that occur on your business premises
  • incidents that take place off-site, at events or activities organised by your company


Product liability insurance* covers the cost of compensating anyone who is injured by a faulty product that your business designs, manufactures or supplies.


Employers’ liability insurance covers the cost of compensating employees who are injured at or become ill through work.

Liability insurance is essential to your business. Mitchel Lee insurance has access to over 100 insurance providers and can provide your business with competitive liability insurance.

High Risk Liability Insurance

There are some businesses where insurance is a major expense. Scaffolders, roofers and window cleaners are just some of those businesses that are classed as high risk. With over 20 years experience in arranging high risk insurance we can provide competitive premiums regardless of your occupation. In fact we have access to some specialist insurers who will offer very competitive premiums to those involved in high risk trades.

To find out how Mitchel Lee can help you with your insurance then please call.



* definitions of liability risks taken directly from the Association of British Insurers.