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General liability insurance protects small businesses from unforeseen claims. Certain contracts or leases may require small-business liability insurance, even if it’s not required by law. Your general liability insurance may cover employee-damaged customer property. General liability insurance covers medical expenses, legal fees, and damages if someone other than an employee is injured on your property. If your business’s products harm people or property, small business liability insurance can cover legal and medical costs. Small business general liability insurance covers personal and advertising injury lawsuits.
Remember: The commercial general liability insurance policy that you have can be modified by adding specific coverage options that are known as endorsements. Depending on the needs that you have, an endorsement can either improve the coverage or make some changes to it. If you have questions about whether or not you require endorsements for your general liability insurance policy, the specialists who specialize in commercial general liability insurance are here to help.