1. Insurance for Landlords
It is a straightforward task to ascertain whether you need landlord insurance or not. Every landlord should have Landlord insurance. Many of the landlords spend much money on things that are not relevant; hence; they should spend time to peruse the insurance policy. Without doubt, a majority of the Landlords are usually reluctant to acquire the landlord policy, and they do soon after they have lost much money. It is very pertinent to carry out a thorough check and investigation on your tenants to ensure that your property is in protected. You should note that accident is inevitable and even the best tenants can spoil your property by accident or by mistake. Your landlord insurance policy should suit you, and you should spend ample time to research about it before taking decisions.
- Insurance for construction One of the paramount things for people handling construction work is construction insurance. Construction insurance is applicable for all forms of, including renovations, need buildings and extensions. Construction insurance is a very dicey insurance sector, and the provisions are not the same for different insurance companies. You have to be well vested with the required information to ascertain whether you have the coverage for unforeseen occurrences like storm, fire, and theft.
- Insurance for public liability
The focus of Public liability insurance is on personal injury and damage of property. The coverage is not the same for different companies, and this underlines the reasons why you should read the policy carefully. It is incumbent on all businesses and traders to have this insurance and not meant for property owners only. The fact is that you are liable for the risks involved in third-party injuries, strangers, or unauthorized/authorized users of your property.
- Insurance for buildings
This one is straightforward to understand, and it is straight forward. It covers the cost of replacement and renovations for buildings that are damaged by storm, landslide, or fire. In this case, the insurers will pay you based on their valuation for the rebuilding of the house. If you are residing in areas that are prone to natural occurrences, then you will pay more for insurance.
- Insurance for contractors
It would be best if you were watchful of the contractors that you hire for your job. They should be licensed, and you have to request to glance through their insurance policy. Glancing through it would not be beneficial in anywhere. You have to take your time to peruse it to decipher the details of the insurance policies i.e., things that are covered and not included. It is pertinent for all contractors to have insurance coverage in:
Public liability: This offers protection against strangers and inevitable occurrences such as death or accidents, financial losses, and other substantial damages.
Professional indemnity: protection is offered for your actions and professional performance. This provision offers you protection against legal cases and related issues.
Product liability: Your goods may cause injury, but is provision will protect you against such claims.
- What is the right time to end the insurance policy
During the ends of every insurance policy, liability is transferred, and this is applicable in virtually all the states within Western Australia as an exception. Assuming you have some clauses in your contract which offers the leeway for you to exceed the agreement, then you can trigger the terms to end the contract or insurance when you insure some losses or liabilities. There is no way out for you once your deal finalizes without conditions; hence; you have to ensure that your insurances are well defined.
- Life Insurance
Death is an inevitable end, and it can occur at any time. This insurance coverage over protection against the burden left for the loved ones. No one would love his loved ones to suffer or struggle financially, so it is pertinent to provide insurance coverage for mortgages, income, and every other investment.
- Insurance for income protection
We are all mortals and can be prone to unforeseen circumstances that might incur heavy financial losses. If you experience this, then you may not be able to meet your daily needs. With income protection insurance, you will be able to secure yourself during difficult times. The protection will provide you with 75% of your average earnings. As usual, you have to access the provisions of the policy to ascertain whether it is suitable for you.
- Assess the compensation policy for your employee
As an employer, it is incumbent on your provide the needed insurance for your workers, especially in cases when they are injured. You have to provide compensation for both full-time workers and part-time workers. Most people are ignorant of the fact that compensation should be given to part-time workers. This type of payment is known as Home worker’s compensation instance. Part-time workers are workers who come to work when the need arises such as gardeners, home tutors, baby sitters, etc.
- Insurance for contents
It is very imperative to inform your insurance company for upgrading your insurance coverage if you experience changes such as relocation and renovation. Failure to do so may be compromising to your insurance policy, and you may no longer have access to the coverage. In cases such as these, you have to upgrade your insurance policy to renovation insurance.