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General Liability Insurance

Protect your business when a person is injured on your property, harmed as a result of using your products, or their property is damaged while at your location.

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What Does General Liability Insurance Cover?

Commercial general liability insurance protects your business from financial risks arising from property damage or bodily injury experienced by others while interacting with your business and its products and services. It is available as a standalone coverage or as part of a Business Owners Policy (BOP).

Personal Injury 

Personal injury coverage pays for damages when someone is hurt while on your property and files a claim against you.

Bodily Injury

Bodily injury coverage pay for damages when someone is hurt by your property, whether or not they are at your location.

Property Damage

Your business has insurance coverage to protect its property. General liability's property damage coverage will pay relief if your business damages someone else's property.

Personal and Advertising Injury

A claim may be made against your business when someone believes that you infringed on their intellectual property. Personal and advertising injury coverage pays costs related to claims against you intellectual property.

Slander and Libel

Slander occurs when a party says something that is untrue or causes damage to another party. Libel is similar, except damaging statements are written instead of oral. Slander and libel coverage insures your business against such claims.

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