Property insurance and public liability can cover your most pressing risks – like a damaged customer vehicle or claims of faulty workmanship. But industry threats and risks are constantly emerging.
Statutory requirements – to which Bridgestone franchisees and licensees must strictly adhere – change often. If you or an employee breaches them, regulatory bodies can impose hefty fines and penalties. In this scenario, errors and omissions insurance can help.
And if professional advice is part of your service offering, errors and omissions insurance can also address the risks of mistaken or incorrect advice that ends up causing your customers harm.
If claims of unfair dismissal, discrimination, bullying or harassment come your way, management liability insurance can cover you against costly legal fees and liabilities.
And with the risk of cyber attacks and security breaches only on the rise, cybersecurity insurance can be instrumental in protecting your and your customers’ personal data.