Looking for General Liability Insurance in Charlotte?
Are you a business owner in Charlotte looking for General Liability Insurance? Our agency can help.
General Liability Insurance (a.k.a. CGL for Commercial General Liability) is the most basic form of commercial liability coverage. If you own a business, having General Liability coverage is necessary. We work with many insurance companies that offer this important coverage.
What does General Liability Insurance Cover?
Business is inherently risky, but General Liability insurance protects against many known and unknown risks.
Simply put, CGL guards you, your business and your employees from claims involving bodily injury or property damage born out of your business operations subject to the terms and conditions of the policy. These policies cover the expense of out-of-court settlements, litigation and judgments awarded by courts. Often times CGL is paired with BPP (Business Personal Property) coverage in a BOP (Business Owners Policy).
What’s involved with getting CGL Insurance?
With any type of insurance there are certain underwriting and eligibility questions that must be answered in order for the insurance company to determine what the final rating will be.
Our agency will guide you through the process and make it easy. Many times companies will require you to show them a certificate of insurance before you can do work for them.
This proves to them that you have active insurance coverage, which is typically a requirement if you’re running a business in most states.
If you’re confused by any of this don’t worry, we’ll make the process easy. Give us a call and we can help you get the process started when you’re ready.
How to get started on your quote
To get started on your quote, call our office or click over to our quotes page. Either way we’ll make the process simple!
Disclaimer: None of the information provided in this website is a guarantee that insurance can be provided or that the agency is obligated to procure insurance for the website visitor. Misstatements or omissions of relevant information by the client can lead to price variation or even declination or recission of coverage.