Your land may have a public thoroughfare or right of way such as a footpath going through it. These legal rights to access mean that members of the public may enter your land and slip, trip or fall and suffer injuries and then seek compensation from you, the owner.
Even if your land does not have a public right of access by law, you could still be liable for compensation for any injury sustained by someone on your land. Third party property damage is another example of a risk you may face as a landowner. For example a branch falling off a tree on your land could collide with someone’s house or a vehicle.
We can source the right insurance policy to suit your needs.
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