Getting a Quote Four Easy Steps
Step One Get a quote
We begin with the basics. This is the section where you tell us what you need. We offer a standard level of cover in our policy package, including professional indemnity, public liability and employers’ liability cover, but you can customise this in accordance with your requirements. We’ll also take a few details from you here, including key personal information (like your phone number and your email address) and the industry you work in. Once you’ve done that, you’ll receive a quote and an initial email.
Step Two Important bits
Stage two. This is where you’ll need to answer a few key questions. You’ll get to select the date you want your policy to start, and then we’ll just ask about the important bits – any employees you might have, and some claim and insurance history. After that there are a few short statements to read (like the Duty of Disclosure) and then you’re already half way through the process. Just like that. Easy!
Step Three About you
The penultimate step. This is the stage where you tell us about your company. It’ll include the details of your business – your business type, your company’s registration number, and your business address and contact information. You’ll be prompted to set a password here too – make sure it’s one you’ll remember! It’ll allow you to access your policy details, as well as managing your policy online. Almost there.
Step Four Payment
You’ve made it. All the t’s are crossed, and all the i’s are dotted. The final stage in the purchasing process is providing your payment details. You can choose to pay either by debit card, credit card or by setting up a Direct Debit. Once payment has been confirmed you’ll be taken to a confirmation page with your policy number on, and you’ll be emailed all of the relevant documentation within a few minutes. In four easy steps you’ll have access to one of the most comprehensive freelance insurance packages on the market. Oh, and one more thing - if you refer a friend to Kingsbridge you’ll receive a £40 Amazon gift certificate from us just to say thanks.