Resident Managers – are you insured appropriately?
As a resident unit manager, you’re aware of the risks facing you and the properties that you look after. What if someone slips and falls on a flight of stairs, or an injury occurs as a result of old equipment? As a resident unit manager, ensuring you have both Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance is critical.
What’s the difference between these two insurance policies?
Professional Indemnity insurance protects you against any claims made against you based on errors, omissions or negligent acts that can occur in the day-to-day operation of your work.
Public Liability insurance protects you against claims where you are legally liable for bodily injury or property damage.
Both instances can result in hefty losses from both a financial and reputational standpoint. Therefore, having the right insurance with the right partner is critical for you to be able to rest assured you’re protected against anything that might come your way.
Cover through Aon
Now it’s even easier to purchase your Resident Unit Managers insurance through Aon. Simply click Buy Online and fill in a few questions about your business to receive a quote.
- conduct sales activity under a real estate sales licence
- manage any properties outside the complex to be insured
- manage more than one complex
- have any non-residential units or premises in complex
Call our specialist team directly to talk through your insurance in more detail.