Does your business have enough liability coverage?
Can your business ever have too much?
General liability insurance, along with property and worker’s compensation insurance, is a crucial tool for most businesses. California liability insurance specifically protects the assets of a business when it is sued for something it may have – or have not – done to cause personal injury or property damage.
General liability insurance in California addresses claims stemming from on-site accidents, as well as any injuries or damages incurred as a result of using goods or services sold on-premises. In addition to the financial limits of the policy, it coverage can be designed to cover supplemental payments for attorney fees, court costs and other expenses associated with a claim or the defense of a liability suit.