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 What is a public liability insurance and how is it used?

Answer In a nutshell, public liability insurance is a special insurance a business or a commerce can buy to protect itself financially in case of a lawsuit brought against it by a patron injured at/on it'... Read More »
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What is the difference between Comprehensive General Liability insurance and Public and Products Liability insurance?

The correct term is COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY. The term Comprehensive General Liability is a old term that was at one time used as well as Public and Products Liability. These terms are often us... Read More »
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What is public liability insurance and how is it different from general liability insurance?

General liability covers Public and Producs Liability, therefore by having General Liability cover, public liability is covered also.
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Do you need public liability insurance if you own land with a public footpath running through it?

Answer Absolutely! You should have a general liability policy because YOU can be held liable and will be named in a lawsuit if any bodily injury or property damage occurs to a third party on that ... Read More »
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What is a public liability insurance?

According to EconomyWatch, public liability insurance is a form of general insurance that offers financial cover to protect policyholders from financial damages payable to a third party in case of ... Read More »
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