Many of your general questions can be answered here.
If you have a specific question regarding your own policy, please contact us
There are no forms to fill out – just call as soon as you can. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on 13 22 44, and you will always speak to a real person. More information on how to make a business insurance claim can be found here.
What insurance do I need for a market stall?
The market stall organiser will advise you on what cover you need to book a stall at their event. AAMI offers Public and Product Liability for market stall holders. This short article may help to explain market stall insurance.
Your business insurance policy covers your employees, directors, business partners and / or senior executives.
Yes. You're covered across Australia for the business activities noted on your policy.
A Certificate of Currency is a document that outlines the level of cover you have and indicates that your policy is current. It may be required by your landlord or council.
If you make a claim, you may need to pay one or more excesses. The descriptions of these excesses and the circumstances in which they are applied are shown in your PDS.
The business insurance schedule becomes your tax invoice once it has been paid or a monthly payment arrangement has started. The schedule can be posted or emailed to you.
What insurance should I consider to cover food I sell at a market stall?
Product Liability may provide cover if
- you are compliant with relevant Australian and New Zealand food safety standards
- your food is not listed as an exclusion on the Policy Endorsement, such as seafood or smallgoods