A-MAX Insurance Blog: general liability
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Wednesday, February 15, 2023General liability insurance can provide protection against the resulting expenses if your business is held responsible for injuring a third party or damaging their property. When you buy a general liability insurance policy, you expect it to give you a wide range of protection. But where does it actually protect you? READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 6, 2022Liability needs vary from business to business depending on the risk of lawsuit posed to the industry. General liability insurance is one of the most common and most important types of liability insurance, as it covers basic accidents and lawsuits that threaten nearly every business. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 23, 2022When you think of protecting your business, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the building, computer equipment and other physical assets that required a substantial investment. But liability risks are equally as important for you to consider. What is a liability risk? READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 29, 2022If you run a hotel, business insurance is absolutely crucial. Running a hotel means facing a range of liability risks while serving and housing guests for both short and long stays. Commercial liability risks vary. However, by getting a general liability policy, you have a lot of protection for many of the most-common types of risks. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, May 3, 2022Businesses rely on trust from others to build a strong reputation. It is this reputation that leads to long-term success. Still, building trust depends on your ability to respond to problems effectively. If your business’s actions result in losses for affected third parties, then you need to be able to address these concerns. READ MORE >>
Thursday, August 5, 2021Business insurance requirements tend to vary per state. The types and amount of coverage you are expected to have may depend on your business’ location as well as your industry. As a rule, general liability insurance isn’t typically required by any state or federal law in order for a business to operate. READ MORE >>