Is my liability Insurance based on payroll or sales?

Answer I think that it would be based on the amount of liability protection you need, you don't say exactly what kind of policy you are speaking of. Contact your agent and he will have this information.

Top Q&A For: Is my liability Insurance based on payroll or s...

What payroll figures are liability insurance premiums based on for equipment rental companies?

Yes you should be. Not all general liability forms automatically add additional insureds so you need to check with your subcontractors policy. There is a web site that I have found where artisan co... Read More »

Are a general contractor's liability insurance premiums based on what they pay sub-contractors?

Contractors General Liability Insurance Premium for a general contractor can be based on one or both of two things, either your gross receipts and or your payroll and cost of subcontractors, depend... Read More »

On an occurrence based policy if insured sales his commercial property 11012002 and a liability claim is reported 152007 for a slip fall that took place on 5-15-02 would there be coverage under the l?

Answer This question cannot be answered, because the policy period is unknown in this story problem. In an occurence based liability policy, the insurance will pay on all claims that were caused b... Read More »

What is the difference between farm liability insurance and vacant land general liability insurance?

Farm Liability is often a Farm Comprehensive Personal Liability coverage form and generally covers the land on which you farm as well as the products which you produce as a farmer. It covers the pe... Read More »