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We don't currently have an insurance offer for market traders but if you need to know more about this type of insurance and find a policy, read our guide to market trader and stallholder insurance and learn more about how much liability insurance for market traders might cost.
Who needs market trader insurance?
If you are a stallholder and sell goods such as fruit and veg, clothes, or hot food, you might benefit from insurance to protect you in case any of your goods or business activities harm a member of the public or damage their property.
Why does a market trader need insurance?
Many local authorities and markets require you to have insurance in place before you set up your pitch. Getting annual cover can take the stress away in case anything goes wrong.
Liability and products insurance is designed to cover legal costs if you or your products harm someone or their property.
What insurance does a market trader need?
Public and products liability insurance for market traders is designed to cover legal costs if any of your products or business activities harm a client or a member of the public or damage their property.
Employers' liability for market trades is a legal requirement if you have any employees working on your stall, including volunteers or people doing work experience.
Personal accident cover for market traders offers a payout if a director or employee is injured as a result of your business.