How is general liability insurance calculated?

General Liability Insurance costs are calculated based on a few different factors such as industry, projected revenues, and the number of years in operation. Insurance companies have collected decades’ worth of data to predict the risk associated with different industries, business sizes, and many other factors to help them calculate your yearly premium cost.

What does a general liability insurance policy cover?

A general liability policy covers legal expenses and settlements related to bodily injury or property damage to a third-party. The most common scenarios usually involve accidents and injuries: trip-and-falls are the leading cause of injury hospitalization in Canada.

How do I get general liability insurance for my business?

Get in touch with your local insurance broker or request an online quote from a digital brokerage like Zensurance. A digital brokerage has a number of benefits over local brokers including speed, ease of use and lower costs. All insurance brokers, digital and traditional, have a fiduciary responsibility to protect your best interests and should help you find the right policy for your business.

How much liability insurance do I need?

Most small businesses opt for a $2M policy, but every business faces different risks so definitely work with your insurance provider to find the right policy for your business. Also, consider your budget and how much you can afford to pay in premiums as policies with more coverage usually cost more.