What is a Certificate of Liability Insurance (COI) Obtaining a certificate of liability insurance is often a routine administrative transaction. Because this piece of paper is important a quick turnaround time and accuracy matter. As a result of the administrative nature of these requests there is a real lack of understanding of what impacts a certificate of insurance. A certificate … Read More
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Product Liability Insurance Basics Product liability insurance is a must have for specialty food and beverage businesses. A popular question we get is, what is the difference between product liability and general liability? Unfortunately an adequate answer means learning some insurance terminology. Liability policies breakdown in to these categories: General Liability General Liability policy that includes an endorsement for designated … Read More
Cost of Liability Insurance How much does liability insurance cost? A common question asked by food and beverage companies. The factors below determine premium. Product Type Product type is a key element. The “higher” the risk, the higher the premium. Higher risk products include products directly imported into the US. An insurance company, insuring an importer, bears more risk because … Read More
Why you should know how the liability insurance limits work? The more product you sell the greater the chances of having to deal with contracts. Most, if not all, contracts you will encounter have provisions for insurance coverage. These provisions will stipulate the type of coverage, insurance limits, additional insured status, and perhaps a waiver of subrogation. This post will explain the … Read More
The last two posts were general explanations of liability insurance. Liability insurance is often required when entering into a contract with a retailer, wholesaler or distributor. Typically the entity with the most clout will require a contract to be signed. The larger and more sophisticated your client the more sophisticated the contract may be. Larger organizations may have a contract management or … Read More
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