Business Liability Insurance Phoenix AZ

Local resource for business liability insurance in Phoenix, AZ. Find helpful information and listings for local insurance companies that may provide forms of business protection such as employer’s liability insurance, employee benefits liability insurance, and employment-related practices liability insurance.

AMIS/Alliance Marketing & Insurance Services
(602) 503-8654
1315 W. Elm Street
Phoenix, AZ
Meridian Bank in Phoenix/Central Ave.
(602) 274-7500
2700 N. Central Avenue Suite 110
Phoenix, AZ
State Farm Insurance/Yvonne Knaack
(623) 937-3311
5525 W. Glendale Avenue
Glendale, AZ
MetLife Auto & Home - Dee Baginski
(602) 298-0302
4150 W. Peoria Ave., #119
Glendale, AZ
The Pritchard Group, Inc
(623) 435-5455
8751 N. 51st Ave. #107
Glendale, AZ
Global Information Systems
(877) 418-8228
3623 N 16th Pheonix Arizona 85016
Pheonix, AZ
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John Driscoll & Company Inc.
(623) 693-6877
5050 N. 40th St #350
Phoenix, AZ
AMICA Mutual Insurance Co.
(888) 892-6422
10835 N. 25th Ave
Phoenix, AZ
Protection One Security Systems, Inc
(602) 350-1212
333 W. Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ
American Family Ins. - Sonya C. Baca
(623) 251-1510
350 E. Bell Rd. Ste. 201
Phoenix, AZ

Business Liability Insurance

Business liability insurance is a general liability policy that protects a company or business owner in the event of a lawsuit or third-party claim. Business liability insurance includes general liability insurance, professional liability insurance and product liability insurance. Insurance brokers can help you determine which type of business insurance you need to be safe.

First though, it may help to understand what this type of policy does for you. Business liability insurance will cover the financial liability of the business in addition to legal defense expenses. This can be particularly important depending on the type of ownership of your business. For example, a sole proprietorship or LLC will want small business insurance because these forms of ownership can put you at personal risk in the event of a lawsuit. Even if your legal structure offers some protection it may not remove you from personal risk of loss.

Consulting with professional small business insurance brokers can help you determine exactly what you need. For example, general liability may already be covered if you have a comprehensive policy. It is important when discussing liability insurance options that you consider professional insurance which will not duplicate any existing small business insurance you already have. This way, you can pay once for solid coverage and not pay twice for the same small business insurance under different policies. For example, there is no sense paying for product liability insurance coverage if you provide a service rather than a product. Insurance brokers can help you sort it out so you have what you need in business liability insurance.