Loss of Licence Insurance
What is Loss of Licence Insurance?
Companies that sell alcohol to members of the public including shops, restaurants, hotels, bars and pubs require a liquor licence. Unfortunately, the businesses right to sell beverages can be revoked after under-age sale, crime, breach of conditions or safety concerns arise. With adequate cover in place for loss of licence, the insurer will work hard to have the licence reinstated and to put you back to normal as soon as possible. Any loss of gross profit in the interim can be claimed for.
What does Loss of Licence Insurance cover?
Without a licence to sell alcohol, you may be forced to close down temporally or in the worst case scenario, permanently. Subsequently your income could take a hit as you re-apply or appeal the decision. With an active insurance policy containing loss of licence cover, your business may be protected against any lost profit sustained.
Get cover for Loss of Licence Insurance
Our team can build loss of licence insurance within your fundamental business policy to guarantee your livelihood is completely secure. We have access to a panel of leading insurers who provide strong levels of cover at competitive premiums. Our advisors are ready to take your call to discuss your cover, whenever is convenient for you.
Why B&M Insurance?
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