Public liability claims can be made by a member of the public (such as customer, a supplier, or a passer-by) who has suffered injury or property damage as a result of the activities of an individual, business or a product. ‘Public liability’ describes the type of insurance which would cover the claim being made. Most businesses and owners of premises to which the public may have access will take out public liability insurance, but it is not compulsory. Many house insurance policies also include public liability cover.
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