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Why Choose AUZi

  • We cover over 250 business types
  • You can cover up to 6 staff and even include Sub-contractors
  • Choose your level of cover from $5m up to $20m
  • You get worldwide cover (excluding USA & Canada)
  • Policies are underwritten by Berkley Insurance Australia – an A+ Rated Insurer
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  • Easy to read policy documents
  • There are no hidden costs
  • You can even manage and renew your policy online whenever it suits you

Why Do I Need Public Liability Insurance?

Public Liability Insurance will cover the financial costs a business, individual, contractor (including a community building) or event incurs if a claim is brought against them. These instances arise when an entity is found liable for the damage/loss of property, death, injury or financial loss; a consequence of their negligence.

As a business owner, claims of this nature could be brought against you at any given time. While Public Liability is compulsory for some, it is often deemed optional. Though it is highly recommended to safeguard you from these unpredictable claims that could potentially ruin not only your business but your livelihood – regardless of your industry.

Today, many public events and property require you to prove you hold a current and comprehensive Public Liability policy before you commence trading. This is becoming increasingly common in every sector.

It is important to note that your Public Liability Insurance will become void if you engage in criminal or known hazardous activities.

Before purchasing Public Liability Insurance, ensure that the policy you’re considering is sufficient for the nature of your business and its needs, especially if your policy is provided in a package.