Liability Insurance

Liability insurance
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What is Liability Insurance?

Liability insurance, also known as commercial insurance or third-party insurance, protects you in the event you are sued (by a third party) for claims that arise due to normal business operations. If you are a small business owner, there are many reasons why you should learn more about what commercial insurance means to you.

What does Liability Insurance cover?

The insurance you choose depends upon the details of your business. Some people choose professional liability insurance if they often provide a service. Some choose general liability insurance to cover claims against bodily injury and damage to property. Many business owners select both.

What are the types of liability insurance for businesses?

Why choose Liability Insurance from Hiscox?

  • Flexible payment options: The option to make monthly payments with no fees included, to ensure the most profitable management for your cash flow.
  • Worldwide coverage: Protection for work done by your business in every corner of the world, provided the covered claim is filed in the United States, a US territory, or Canada.
  • Claims responsiveness: We provide immediate defense for you when a covered claim is reported, regardless of whether the claim has basis, and if necessary, will appoint an attorney.
  • Tailored Insurance: Insurance designed specifically to meet your needs and save you money.

Get a fast, free quote now and get that Hiscox confidence behind your business. If you prefer, you can call us at 1-866-283-7545 and speak with a licensed Hiscox insurance agent, Monday – Friday, 7am – 10pm ET.

This information is provided to assist you in understanding the coverage we offer and does not modify the terms and conditions of any insurance policy, nor does it imply that any claim is covered. Specific coverage terms can vary by class of business. Coverages are subject to underwriting and may not be available in all states.