business liability insurance

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bus·i·ness li·a·bil·i·ty in·sur·ance

(biz'ness lī'ă-bil'ĭ-tē in-shūr'ents)
Protection of a small business from a lawsuit for personal injury or property damages.
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The circuit court correctly concluded that there is no coverage under this business liability insurance policy for either the employee's intentional act or the negligent supervision claim against the employer arising solely out of the employee's intentional act.
Beyond those items, the 1RS lists many others as acceptable employee business expenses, from business liability insurance premiums to work-related education.
Note that most standard insurance policies, including business liability insurance, business interruption insurance, or even computer fraud coverage, will likely no longer cover the fallout from a cyberattack, Corekin said.
She also advises clients on how to keep workplaces safe for employees and customers and it can also help when seeking business liability insurance. She explained: "According to electrical safety first statistics for 2011/2012 the number of fires of electrical origin in Britain totalled 37,601, of which 7,763 were caused by faulty electrical appliances."
I have to submit records and invoices I've sent to other clients, pay for business liability insurance, prove I have my own health insurance, prove I file my tax returns -- and on and on.
and Canadian office workers wiled away countless on-the-clock hours shopping online, ( business liability insurance company BOLT is putting out an infographic to show just how much time American employees waste while on the job.
The Texas insurance specialist said many business owners and financial executives assume general business liability insurance will protect them in fiduciary lawsuits.
They must pay for business liability insurance to cover various risks of professional liability, property and casualty and financial solvency.
Many have asked about business liability insurance (also known as "errors and omissions" or "media perils" insurance).
* A business liability insurance program designed specifically for technology companies, in partnership with the Information Technology Association of America;
Now the contractor is expected to have his or her business license, proof of Workers' Compensation coverage and business liability insurance, plus a growing number of additional items such as waste-management plans, safety policies, training procedures, and environmental-management plans, to name a few.
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