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Need a crane insurance quote? Let the specialists at Jensten Insurance Brokers compare our markets to find you the protection you need. Our team is experienced in all forms of plant insurance and can offer you quality mobile crane, crane operators’ liability, and crane insurance cover. To get your crane insurance quote, call 0115 672 2468 or start your crane insurance quote today.
Crane insurance is a dedicated form of cover designed to meet the needs of businesses that hire, lease, or own cranes and other lifting equipment. A flexible, comprehensive policy, crane insurance can insure your equipment and your operators and cover your public liability insurance needs.
Crane and mobile crane insurance can offer a range of protections. The exact makeup will depend on the policy you take out, but generally speaking, the options are:
Given the complex environments in which cranes operate – such as construction sites, marinas, and highway maintenance – and the dangerous nature of the work, having adequate insurance protection is vital.
Construction firms and other companies that have a range of plant equipment will often take out plant insurance, but if you only have a crane or mobile crane that needs insuring, then crane insurance might be a better option for you as it can protect you from:
The cost of your crane insurance will depend on factors such as:
If you’d like some crane insurance help or a crane or mobile crane insurance quote, contact the Jensten Insurance Brokers team today. Our team of experienced specialists can give you all the help you need and can compare our markets to find you the cover you need.
This is one of the more complex areas of construction cover, so to help you get the protection you need, here are our crane insurance frequently asked questions. We hope they will be of help, but if you’d like some independent advice, then please call us on 0115 930 3030, and we’ll be only too happy to help.
Crane insurance provides a wide range of covers designed to protect businesses using this specialist equipment. Given the cost of cranes, which many are hired in rather than owned, that they often need to have road risk cover, and the public liability and employers’ liability risks associated with this sort of work, having a crane insurance policy makes sense.
No, but if you have employees who use cranes, then you will need employers’ liability insurance.
Hired-in plant is equipment that you hire for a specific job as opposed to equipment that your business owns.
Yes, an auto liability or road risks element to your policy will cover mobile cranes while driving on public roads.
If a hired-in crane is damaged or stolen, you’ll usually be liable to continue paying the hire charges, even if it is no longer used by you. In most instances, charges are covered for 90 days but it’s always worth checking the policy.
Yes. When you hire machinery, it means that you are responsible for that item, and you need to make sure you send it back in the condition you hired it. If a crane you have hired was to break or be damaged and you didn’t have hired-in plant insurance, you would have to pay for any repairs.
Lloyd’s is proposing to transfer certain EEA insurance policies to Lloyd’s Brussels. The proposed transfer will not change terms and conditions of any policy, except that Lloyd’s Brussels will become the insurer and Data Controller in respect of the transferred policies.
Further information about the proposal (including whether it could affect your pre-transfer position), which policies are transferring, your rights and what you need to do can be found at www.lloyds.com/brexittransfer