A Lesson in Commercial Insurance

As commercial insurance brokers, we here at Watson Laurie supply commercial insurance to a whole range of different industries and sectors. In today’s article we are going to be focusing on education insurance.

No matter how old you are, you never forget your days at school. From school dinners, to PE and nativity plays, your school days will have been some of the most important days of your life. Whether you loved school or not, you can’t deny the excitement you had when heading out on a school trip. Although these are some of the best days for pupils, there is a lot to take into consideration when planning these activities and day trips. Below we will outline just how important education insurance is to a school.

At one time or another you may have witnessed the unfortunate occurrence of a school trip being cancelled at the last moment. This can become quite a costly problem for the school or academy, as they may end up covering costs and fees, not to mention raising the money to refund the parents. There is however education insurance policies which offer cover for such situations.

Here at Watson Laurie we have a team of professional commercial insurance brokers who work within the schools and academies sector. Our team of specialists are able to create bespoke education insurance policies to best suit your school or academies requirements.

Our education insurance policies cover everything from property damage, to event and school trips cover, minibus insurance, medical malpractice extensions and more. Further details can be found on our education insurance page here.

If you have been searching around for reliable commercial insurance brokers, you need look no further than us here at Watson Laurie.  For more information about our education insurance and other services, make sure that you get in touch today.A Lesson in Commercial Insurance

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