Church Liability Insurance
Liability cover for churches is the core cover required as not all churches own buildings, however, all church groups will meet and undertake various core activities which will require public liability to be in place.
Obtaining the correct church insurance is vital in protecting your church group from unforeseen incidents which can result in costly compensation payments to third parties.
As a church group, you may also hold public events such as open days, soup kitchens or fundraising activities meaning the exposure to incidents increases.
Chat to a WRS church liability expert today and obtain a competitive quotation for your church group.
Insurance solution’s for your church liability risks
We have experience placing various types of liability insurance for Churches:
- Employers Liability
- Public Liability
- Property Owners Liability
“I am very pleased with the speed and efficiency that my claim has received. One hears so much about the ‘Big Bad’ insurance companies, and as this is the first claim that I have had to make in over 40 years as a homeowner, I was not looking forward to the process. I have to say that both yourselves and Ecclesiastical have been extremely easy to deal with and my claim has been speedily dealt with. The whole process has been painless, helped in no small way by your pleasant E-mails. Thank you once again.”Mike Sturla
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