Business Liability Insurance

As an Oregon business you are faced with several liability hazards; a business liability insurance policy for your Oregon business will provide insurance protection that is needed to pay damages for bodily injury or property damages for which you are considered legally responsible whether it is your premises or the premises at your customer’s location. Coverage for medical expense is also provided.

The five basic hazards in a commercial liability policy for your Oregon business will cover:

Premises coverage is provided for damages arising out of ownership or occupancy of your business premises when not maintained in a reasonable manner. This also covers damages arising out of operations performed by your Oregon business.
Products coverage is provided for damages arising out of products manufactured, sold, handled or distributed by your business. Completed Operations covers damages occurring after operations have been completed or abandoned, or after an item is installed or built and released for it’s intended purpose.
 Personal Injury means injury other than bodily injury. Coverage is provided for injury resulting from offenses such as false arrest, malicious prosecution, detention or imprisonment, wrongful entry into, wrongful eviction from and other acts of invasion, or rights of private occupancy of a room. Coverage for libel and slander is also provided in the policy.This coverage pays for damages done in the course of oral or written advertisement that disparages, libels or slanders a person’s or organization’s goods, products or services. Coverage for these offenses is provided under advertising injury coverage only if they occur during the course of advertising the named insured’s own goods, products or services. 
Medical expense coverage pays medical expenses resulting from bodily injury caused by an accident on premises owned or rented by you, or locations next to such property, or when caused by your operations. These payments are made without regard to the liability of the your business.
The fire damage limit provides coverage for fire damage caused by negligence on part of your business to premises rented to your company. If a fire occurs because of your negligence and causes damage to property not rented to the insured, coverage would be provided under this coverage.

Commercial liability insurance for your Oregon business does not protect your business against every liability. Additional liability coverages that your business should review for consideration are:

 Professional Liability Insurance also known as Errors & Omissions

 Cyber Liability Insurance

 Employee Practices Liability Insurance

 Directors & Officers Coverage

 Workers Compensation Insurance

 Commercial Auto Insurance