General liability insurance offers protection when you or your business should unintentionally cause harm to someone or their property.
Minimize your risk by having business liability insurance in place so you can remain focused on what you do best. Even if you run a business on your own, and especially if you are the business, personal liability insurance can give you some protection in the event of a lawsuit.
According to your particular needs, you can have a general liability insurance policy customized to cover any or all of the following:
Commercial general liability insurance allows you to protect yourself and your business in case you ever have a claim against you. Depending on the limits of your coverage, you will get funds to cover legal expenses, compensate third parties if awarded to them, and/or settlement charges.
Errors and omissions insurance is a specialized coverage for those businesses or professionals who offer advice to their clients or patients. Also referred to as professional liability insurance or malpractice insurance, it is extremely important to have errors and omissions coverage in case a client or patient claims you have caused them harm. Professionals include doctors, lawyers, accountants, engineers and architects, as well as anyone offering services based on their special knowledge, skill or experience. This means consultants, advertising agencies, software developers and many more types of service providers are at risk for errors and omissions claims. Learn more about Errors and Omissions Insurance.
Every business or professional runs the risk of being sued for some reason or another and court decisions and legal costs are certainly becoming more expensive. Anyone who presents himself or herself as having a special expertise, skill, or body of knowledge, and are paid for their work, service or advice, is at risk. Protecting yourself and your business with the appropriate type of commercial general liability insurance gives you real peace of mind so you can focus on your continued success.