Commercial General Liability

Over 40 million lawsuits are filed each year in the United States. How can you protect your business?

Autumn Insurance to the rescue. A Commercial General Liability policy can prevent major financial losses if your business is held legally responsible in the event of bodily injury or property damage. With General Liability, most medical expenses, damages, attorney fees, settlements, and reimbursements are covered.

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Here’s how it works.

General Liability insurance (your property and workers’ comp policies), protects your business if you’re sued for personal injury or physical damage caused by using your goods or services, or by the actions of your employees.

Without it, you’re at risk. Plus everyone who depends on you. That’s why most states require it. And why many companies require contractors to have it. Being insulated from devastating litigation is not an option. Even one lawsuit can bankrupt a company. Any size or type of business — even home-based or freelance — can be sued.

No two businesses are alike.

Your experienced Autumn advisor will actively listen and learn your risk factors. Then they’ll perfectly match the best cost-versus-coverage strategies to your unique situation. And budget.

At Autumn, we offer affordable, top-tier General Liability insurance. To safeguard your best interests, contact us.

We’ll guide you through managing your risks, so you have the confidence to spend your time managing your company.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Commercial General Liability insurance cover?

General Liability insurance (your property and workers’ comp policies), protects your business if you’re sued for personal injury or physical damage caused by using your goods or services, or by the actions of your employees.

With General Liability, most medical expenses, damages, attorney fees, settlements, and reimbursements are covered.

Is my business required to carry Commercial General Liability insurance?

Almost all leases, and many vendor, suppliers, and companies require firms to have it.

Do freelancers need to have Commercial General Liability insurance?

Any size or type of business — even home-based or freelance — can be sued.

Sue Armstrong

Meet Sue Armstrong

Commercial General Liability Expert

Put my experience to work for you. Since 1990, I’ve been helping businesses of all sizes guard against financially disruptive lawsuits. Let’s discuss the risk-coverage strategy that’s right for your unique situation.

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