Wiglesworth-Rindom Insurance Agency Blog: liability insurance
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Friday, August 13, 2021All businesses need liability insurance. However, many need more coverage than that which covers bodily injuries or property damage. It might be time for you to invest in a professional liability insurance policy, often called errors & omissions (E&O) insurance. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 28, 2021Professional liability insurance covers liability for damages arising from the rendering of or failure to render professional services. Protect yourself and your business from claims not covered by commercial general liability coverage. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, April 20, 2021Although state and federal governments do not require general liability insurance, you may still be required to carry this insurance to work in certain industries or obtain certain licenses. You should understand the ins and outs of your industry, as well as specific requirements for contracts. READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 28, 2021 Your company’s bathroom is both one of the most frequented, and likely one of the most dangerous spaces for both employees and clients. One of the most obvious liabilities present in the space is slip-and-fall accident risks. The problem is that if one of these hazards occurs, then your business might bear responsibility for the third party’s injuries. READ MORE >>
Monday, October 12, 2020 If you have a net worth over $500,000, the answer is most likely a resounding, YES! You’ve earned it. Now you should protect it. "I already have home and auto. Why do I need more coverage?" It is true that if an accident occurs, resulting in damage or injury to another person involving your home or auto; your corresponding insurance would cover it. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 In 2017, Florida was #2 in terms of both number AND cost of dog bite claims (CNBC.) Dog bite liability coverage options vary for every insurance company. Some companies will simply not cover certain breeds, while some carriers will ask about the bite history of the animal. READ MORE >>