Insurance in event of a fall from a ladder when window cleaning

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  1. Pepsi

    Pepsi Member
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    Hi, Can anyone please advise who they use for insurance in the event of a fall from a ladder. Although I will be using the reach and wash system I might have to use a ladder to get up onto a flat roof to reach some windows that are not accessible from ground level. I have public liability insurance but don't think it covers personal injury. Many thanks.
     
  2. monkeyman

    monkeyman Well-Known Member
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    I use British friendly, payment protection insurance. Covers you for any medical problem, sickness/injury.
     
  3. Clisty1989

    Clisty1989 Guru
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    I'd double check your policy 90% of ppi policies do not cover self employed
     
  4. Cghwindowcleaning

    Cghwindowcleaning Well-Known Member
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    Mine is through a broker,I think the policy is with Exter freindly insurance
    Covers injury/accident that will enable me not to work.
     
  5. monkeyman

    monkeyman Well-Known Member
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    I'm d
    I'm definitely covered.
     
  6. Pepsi

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    Thank you everyone. What are your premiums please.
     
  7. monkeyman

    monkeyman Well-Known Member
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    There's a huge amount of variables for premiums, age, medical history amount of cover you require which is offset by you annual taxable income.
     
  8. monkeyman

    monkeyman Well-Known Member
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    Sorry, income protection not ppi
     
  9. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    Pinnacle ins . £15 a month £1000 per month cover for max 12 months
     
  10. aceman

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    That's not bad Taxlossloz. I would expect the premiums to be higher than that
     
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