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Welcome to Employers Choice Insurance
California’s Leading Commercial
General Liability Business Agency
Business Liability Insurance
At Employer’s Choice Insurance our experienced Agents understand the risks and exposures that you face everyday as a small business owner. Business Liability Insurance is the most common insurance policy used to protect business assets. We have been working with small business owner for over 30 years to construct risk management programs to fit specific Business Liability Insurance needs. We partner with over 100 of the Nations Top Insurance Carriers to negotiate affordable policies for small and large companies. Since we work with national, regional, and specialty carriers, our Agents are able to find affordable coverage for the hard to place companies and industries.
Our experienced team of Business Liability Insurance brokers can help you take a big picture look at your business, identify your risks and exposures, and create the right policy combination to protect your most valuable asset; your business.
Put our team to work for you finding the best possible coverage. You don’t have the time to shop multiple carriers, let us do the work for you.
“I was presently surprised when I called and got a Live Voice and a Competent Insurance Agent.No voice prompted phone mazes just Live Fast and knowledgeable Customer Service.”
Pauline Jameson Controller for Central Valley Electric
“I have recommended them to friends and many clients”
Jennifer Aston Bookkeeping
What Does Business Liability Insurance Cover:
- Bodily Injury – This will cover if someone is hurt from an accident that is caused by your business operations, on your property, or for completed operations. This can cover you if someone sustains and injury from your product or accidents at your place of operations.
- Property Damage – This covers damage that could occur to a third party from the instances above.
- Advertising Injury – This will include lawsuits that allege that an advertisement that your put out made false claims or caused competitor loss. An example is when you make a false statement about a competitor that causes them financial loss.
- Personal Injury – This will include lawsuits for damages caused to another business or an individual. The causes could cover acts of slander, invasion of privacy, trademark infringement, false arrest or wrongful eviction.