Protect your small business against the threat of property damage, bodily injury, and legal fees by choosing small business public liability insurance. ALIGNED has a team of small business insurance experts that will help you find the right and best policy for your business.
What is small business public liability insurance and how does it cover my business?
Small business public liability insurance is a type of general liability insurance specifically designed for businesses. It offers protection from claims made against your business relating to third-party bodily injury and property damage and can help cover legal defence costs. Ultimately, the purpose of small business public liability insurance is to protect your business from financial losses, which is why small businesses must have a sound policy in place. It must also be noted that small business public liability insurance is available to small businesses across all industries. Whether you run a local coffee shop, clothing store, dental practice, spa, photography studio, or HVAC company etc., you deserve to have your business protected…properly.
How do I get a small business public liability insurance quote?
Many insurance companies in Canada offer complimentary quotes to prospective customers, whether you’re looking to buy auto insurance or small business liability insurance. While free quotes are generally available, obtaining and comparing quotes from providers can be an exhausting process. Luckily, ALIGNED is here to do the work for you. We’ll get in touch with the top insurance companies in your province and compare policy options on your behalf. Next, we’ll explain the coverage options available to you and help you choose a policy that suits your needs. It’s that easy!
What impacts the cost of small business public liability insurance?
The cost of purchasing a small business public liability insurance policy in Canada varies depending on several circumstances. The industry your business operates in, how long you’ve been in business, which province and city your business is located in, the number of employees your business has, and the product or service your business provides can all be used to calculate your insurance rate.