General Liability Insurance

A general liability insurance package covers your company in the event of property damage, personal injury, bodily injury, copyright infringement, libel, and slander. Mistakes happen, and when those mistakes affect others, it is your right to make sure that they are protected when they need it the most.

What If I Don’t Need General Liability Insurance?

Not all states require companies to have general liability insurance. In such instances, it might be tempting to try and get away with not having it financially. However, a single claim that could be covered by general liability insurance, like a copyright infringement claim, could ruin your company’s reputation, net income, and right to work in the industry. Even when it is not required by law, it is almost always in the best interest of the insured to open a general liability policy.

Does My General Liability Policy Cover My Own Workers?

Unfortunately, general liability only covers those who are third-parties, unrelated to your business. If you want to make sure your workers are covered, we suggest checking out our worker’s compensation packages.

How Can I Get The Best Rate On My General Liability Insurance Package?

Working with a licensed insurance agent, like the ones at Insurance420, is a great way to start investigating options regarding your rates and your coverage. They can determine the right general liability coverage rate for you, as well as create a package of comprehensive coverage that can save you a great deal of trouble in the long run.

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What is General Liability?

Let’s say you run a dispensary. One day, someone breaks something and becomes injured in your shop. Perhaps you own a hydroponics shop and a visitor has an allergic reaction to a certain strain. Your company could be held liable for damages, which could spell disaster for your company if you’re without insurance coverage.

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A general liability package covers your company in the event of property damage, personal injury, bodily injury, copyright infringement, libel, and slander. Mistakes happen, and when those mistakes affect others, it is your right to make sure that they are protected when they need it the most.