Crane Operators/Services

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Crane Insurance general refers to more than one coverage needed to operate a crane. Usually, we’re talking about a rigging company who is hired for use of his crane and operator.

Comprehensive cover on the crane itself including accidental damage that may be the result of fire, theft, water damage, or on road accident, with additional features to cover other vehicles on the road.

Hook liability insurance to cover items that are attached to the hook, should they detach or be subject to any other such incident.

General public liability insurance to cover injury or property damage – to other businesses or the general public – that was a result of your business operations.

As public liability insurance specialists we offer a highly competitive quote and cover service for public liability insurance for the crane operator with full quotations containing all premium and cover information to help you make an informed choice.

What is public liability insurance for crane operators?

The crane operator public liability insurance policy protects you against claims in respect of your legal liability for personal injury or property damage sustained by third parties arising during the course of your business. It pays any awards that are made against you and also meets the cost of any legal defense of any claim, whether you are responsible or not.

Why does a crane operator need public liability insurance?

Every day crane operators face the risk of legal action being taken against them in respect of their liability for personal injury or property damage arising in the course of their business activities. The awards that may be made as a result of a successful claim can be catastrophic but even the legal costs of defending the most spurious claim can cause severe financial hardship.

How much is public liability insurance for a crane operator?

The price you pay is specific to your requirements and will depend how many people are involved in your business, the limit of indemnity you require and whether you have previously had any claims made against you. If there are any unusual features about your business or you require cover for additional occupations, we can accommodate most businesses but this may also affect the premium you pay.