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Mitchell & Mitchell Insurance Agency Blog: general liability insurance

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As a business owner, you pose liability risks to other parties. These include your customers and your employees. You therefore likely know that you need liability insurance for the business. However, simply assuming that customers and employees all need the same types of coverage is the wrong course of action. READ MORE >>

General liability insurance is a blanket policy. It covers many of the risks related to customers or third parties who interact with your business. Yet, it may not offer enough protection for the growing threat of cyber risks. For that, most companies need to invest in cyber liability insurance. READ MORE >>

When you work as a certified public accountant, you’ll handle a lot of money. For example, you might calculate taxes for multiple customers. They expect you to do your work professionally and provide a safe environment to visit. If you make a mistake that harms a customer, what can you do to help them? READ MORE >>

Not sure you need insurance coverage for your small business? Think again! You might be putting yourself at risk by not having a policy. Take a look at these four signs you need general liability coverage and make a determination for yourself.  Sign #1: You Have a Physical Location Visited by Customers READ MORE >>

As a business owner, it is important to have policies in place to help minimize risks associated with accidents. When a fall occurs, your team should know what to do. While your general liability insurance can cover the costs, you need to cut the losses. What should happen when someone suffers a fall? READ MORE >>

Most people assume that general liability insurance covers claims that your business caused someone else harm. They are correct in most cases. However, coverage comes with different nuances, particularly regarding costs and the coverage offered. You’ll have to get coverage that protects you in a  satisfactory way. READ MORE >>

Pet stores provide highly-specialized services. They might sell food, pet supplies and specialty care equipment. They might provide grooming, boarding and veterinary services. Let’s also not forget that many pet stores still lovingly sell animals or run adoption services.  READ MORE >>

(Thinkstock) There are several types of policies, depending on the nature of your work and who visits. By Elisabeth Leamy When Regina Mohr started her home-based business, Caliber Meetings and Events, she knew she needed insurance. READ MORE >>

You operate a business. It may be construction-related. It could be an electrical or plumbing business. Your job is to protect your employees from exposure to risks. Asbestos is one of the biggest exposure risks. If exposure to asbestos occurs, your employees may face significant health challenges. READ MORE >>

Increasingly, society is becoming more and more litigious. Frivolous lawsuits may not result in a settlement, but these lawsuits can force you to spend money defending your business in court and damage your brand.  Slips and falls are one of the most common types of accidents businesses experience, both legitimate and frivolous slip and fall lawsuits. READ MORE >>

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