Comprehensive insurance cover designed for the unique challenges faced by care organisations.
With over 25 years of experience supporting care policyholders, Markel is one of the UK’s leading insurers within the sector. So, we understand this diverse sector has a broad range of insurance requirements. Our comprehensive package policy caters for a wide range of care providers, social enterprises, and not-for-profit organisations.
Dedicated organisations need a dedicated insurance solution to match
Markel UK offers a wide variety of coverages for construction contractors.
Professional indemnity policies have traditionally been arranged on a stand-alone basis, but we provide a menu offering that allows other types of business protection to be arranged, often under the same policy – resulting in a robust insurance solution designed to minimise gaps in cover.
Our menu of professional indemnity covers includes:
Professional liability, Public/products Liability, Entity defence, Employers Liability, Employment law protection, Executive liability, Property Damage, Business interruption, Money and personal assault, Damage to portable property, Fidelity, Cyber and data risks, PR Crisis Management
ECIC, offer specialist covers including:
Employers Liability, Public/products liability, efficacy, professional indemnity, Contractors - all risks, Property – all risks, Business interruption, Money, Goods in transit, Personal accident, Legal expenses
The following additional extensions are available: Professional negligence, financial loss, customers' goods removed, defective products supplied
Key products and services sold on a standalone basis to this industry:
Previously Law Hub, is an online hub containing 850+ DIY contracts, policies, forms, and letter templates, covering every area of business, including health and safety, trading and contracts, and cyber and data.
Expert guidance and advice on dealing with the media where a claim has the potential to result in adverse press attention. We’ll evaluate the situation and provide the necessary guidance and personal support.
The insured was instructed to project manage and provide quantity surveyor services for a house redevelopment.
The other parties involved were the employer, who wanted their house altered, and the builder, who was responsible for the actual build work. The employer falls out with the builder over the quality of the building work and refuses to pay. Builder walks off site. Both parties push the insured (and in the case of the employer threatens the insured) to resolve the matter. Insured expects one or both of the parties to blame the insured's quantity survey work.
Markel worked with insured to deflect criticism and to try and get parties around the table to hammer out the issues. Allegations against our insured were averted and each party has walked away from the matter.