General liability insurance for mobile food vendors

Don't get burnt

Let's face it, when you're hungry, there's nothing more appealing than grabbing a bite to eat, or a hot drink from the nearest food stall. Whether it's at a food market, a music festival, or a sporting event, if you're a mobile food vendor, you're pretty popular when people need to feed.

But, did you plan to spill hot coffee over that woman's arm? Or give that guy severe food poisoning when you undercooked his fried chicken?

To protect your livelihood - and, importantly, your bank balance - a general liability policy ensures that if the worst happens, you're fully covered.

You could even add General Liability Plus, too. That way your business property, supplies, equipment and inventory are covered. Whether they're at your office or on your food truck or trailer.

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General liability insurance made easy

  • Buy online or over the phone - saving you time.
  • From as little as $500 – saving you money.
  • Customized to your profession – coverage as unique as your business.
  • Helpful advisors – advice you need when you need it.
  • High quality Hiscox coverage – rock-solid security and world-class reputation.
  • Four-payment option – your budget, your way.
  • Free additional insureds – show you're professional and reliable.

What is general liability insurance?

  • It's protection for your business against the cost of any claims made by a client for bodily injury, property damage or personal injury.
  • It's what you need if you often visit clients' place of work or home.
  • You'll also need it if you work from home and have client's over, or if you use third party locations for business activities.

What am I covered for?

  • Bodily injury - you spill hot soup over a customer while serving them at a music festival, severely scolding their arm and making you legally liable for their injury.
  • Property damage - an unsupervised frying pan catches fire in the kitchen of your mobile food truck, subsequently damaging a neighboring property.
  • Personal injury - an employee makes disparaging remarks about a customer when their back is turned. The customer overhears and sues for slander.

Loss or damage to your own property or property in your care, custody and control is not covered by this policy.

For a full summary of what you're covered for, click here

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