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Thinking of starting up as a tree surveyor / consultant.

Two questions:

- what sorts of insurance are out there and what do they do?


- what insurances are a must?


I've worked as a utility tree surveyor for the last four years with 10 years of tree surgery prior to that but have no experience of going it alone 😁

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Spot on, thanks for that Steve. I'd definitely look at the public liability as well, well worth it just in case 👍👍


Thanks for your help mate.


Any particular insurance companies you've had experience with?

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