Commercial general liability insurance, or CGL as it is commonly referred to, is coverage that will protect your business in the event that you are sued. It is often used to cover claims against your business for injury or property damage. Typical examples include if a customer is injured at your place of business, or say an employee damages property at a client’s site.
Without a commercial general liability insurance policy, you are leaving yourself and your company vulnerable to lawsuits that could have a devastating impact on your business. It is, unfortunately, a necessary cost of doing business because the likelihood of being sued is more common than you might think. It is for this reason that commercial general liability insurance is one of the most popular business insurance products sought after by business owners.
From small rental properties to multi-storey office buildings, or from warehouses to retail shopping malls, we have the knowledge and expertise to protect your commercial property with a custom insurance package.
Helping you to determine your buildings’ replacement value and to ensure that your rental income is adequate, are some of the key concerns we will focus on in order to provide the insurance package and insurance company that is right for you.
We specialize in providing complete coverage for your company and the projects you are involved in. Whether you are a general contractor or a sub-trade we can offer a complete insurance solution to cover you and provide peace of mind.
We offer the following construction solutions:
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Fleet Insurance is auto insurance for 5 or more commercial vehicles. Insuring your vehicles under one fleet policy can be less expensive than insuring each one individually. Fleet Insurance provides the same coverage and offers some added flexibility as company employees can drive any vehicle in the fleet, as long as each employee is licensed.
Whether your organization is publicly traded, private, or non-profit, your directors and officers are exposed to a number of liabilities. In the performance of their ongoing organizational duties, they can be held personally liable for both damages and defense costs.
Directors and Officers insurance (D&O) provides financial protection for the directors and officers of your organization in the event they are sued. Claims can arise from a variety of sources – government, competitors, creditors, employees, as well as other stakeholders. In some cases, damages awarded are relatively minor. However, the cost of defending these types of claims can be significant, and could very well impact the financial viability of your organization.
Who needs a Garage Policy? Automobile dealers (new and used cars and trucks), repair garages, service stations, storage garages, parking lots, valet parking, drive away or delivery auto services and towing companies.
Anyone who holds themselves out as having a special body of knowledge, skill, or expertise and are paid for their work, service or advice, are professionals. A professional liability policy covers liability arising out of negligent acts, errors and omissions in the rendering, or failing to render, of professional services. Such failure could have harmful consequences not only your company’s financial stability but your personal assets as well.