Insurance Term:

General Liability

General Liability

General liability insurance, also called business liability insurance, protects businesses from risks resulting from normal business operations.

What does general liability insurance cover?

General liability protects a business from lawsuits from third parties. It covers risks such as customer property damage, customer injury, medical payments, and advertising injury.

Who needs general liability insurance?

Home businesses, contractors, and other small businesses should consider general liability insurance.

What is the difference between general liability and professional liability insurance?

General liability insurance coverage includes customer injuries and property damage.

Professional liability insurance covers businesses in disputes associated with the quality of service or work.

Learn more about public liability coverage for rental properties.

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