Tree Surgeon Insurance

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Tree Surgeon Insurance

Arboriculture insurance and tree surgeon insurance specialists. At BJP we realise that coverage for the tree surgery and forestry industry can be difficult to obtain. Well not anymore! We understand the risk of working at height and using dangerous equipment. Procedures can be put in place to minimise risk and insure your business is covered correctly.

We have access to a number of specialist arboriculture insurance and tree surgeon insurance schemes offering the widest cover at the most competitive premiums. Arboriculture insurance and tree surgeon insurance policies can start from as little as £ 750.

Some of the Arboriculture Insurance and Tree Surgeon Insurance covers and benefits available:

  • Public, Products and Employers Liability – Protecting you and your employees
  • Professional Indemnity – Covering any advises you give, including tree reports for estate management or mortgages
  • Plant & Equipment – All risks cover available on all your equipment anywhere in the UK
  • Automatic cover for all activities relating to arboricultural or forestry work
  • Cover for high level work including the use of chainsaws as standard
  • Contact us today and start enjoying comprehensive cover at competitive premiums.

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Tree surgeon insurance

Cost effective tree surgeon insurance cover

Examples of claims that could be made under a tree surgeon insurance policy

A tree is being pollarded and a branch falls and damages someone else’s property. Extensions to your tree surgery policy would cover the cost of any damages.

An employee falls from a ladder after all health and safety procedures were followed. Your employers liability insurance would cover any costs involved with treatment and rehabilitation to that employee.

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For independent advice and fast quotes for your tree surgeon insurance needs