Equine business insurance, commonly referred to as combined liability insurance, will defend you if this accusation is levelled against you and/or your company. At Lycetts we are able to arrange this important protection for you.
We are able to help with the following equestrian businesses:
Lycetts arranges insurance for a large number of the training establishments and stud...read more
We cover a wide variety of equestrian establishments, from large and professional...read more
Lycetts is the appointed broker to the Hurlingham Polo Association, the governing body for...read more
Due to the increasing number of claims being made against Equestrian Businesses, Lycetts...read more
If you receive formal notification of a claim, please forward the letter by email or fax to your usual Lycetts contact. Please do not make any attempt to reply direct, even if the allegations are untrue. Please note that there is an obligation placed upon insurers to acknowledge receipt of a formal claim within 24 hours and it is therefore important that we receive it as soon as possible. For further information about equine property or equine claims, please click here.
Lycetts offers employers liability insurance that caters specifically for tree surgeons...read more
Lycetts' public and products liability insurance covers the legal liability that a ...read more
A number of our clients live and work from houses and yards which they rent. As they don't...read more
Our experienced staff understand your needs.
Read more about developments both in insurance and at Lycetts.
October 19, 2017
Our clients don’t often ask us ‘when do horses die’ but as specialist equine insurance brokers dealing with horse mortality cases we do have some insight into this.read more
October 18, 2017
The fatal injury rate in agriculture is 18 times higher than average. In total 30 people were killed on British farms in the past year. HSE research shows that hazards include contact with electricity (10 per cent), injury by an animal (7 per cent) and falling from a height (7 per cent).read more