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How much liability insurance does a cleaning business need?

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2014-07-24 01:14:53
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The answer depends on how much you can anticipate your potential liability to be.

For example, if you are cleaning, run a frayed extension cord to the sweeper. If a fire occurs and kills a sleeping child, or if the fire spreads to another house, the damages can be very great.

Recognize though, that liability insurance policies come in various varieties, and usually have "per occurrence" limits. There are likely programs that are specially designed for your industry and which reflect typical liability limits. In all events, you should consult a licensed insurance broker who is knowledgeable about the nature of your business for guidance.

Requirements also vary by state.

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Most of the time you need about 500,000 liability policy.

You will need to contact an agent(s) for a quote.

Probably $500 - $750 annual for general liability.

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You should always carry liability insurance and a surety bond for a cleaning company to protect you and your customers from any accidents that my occur from your work. Both are very cheap Your state insurance department is your best resource for insurance-related questions and concerns. Find information on insurance companies and agents, rate quotes and comparisons, insurance buying tips, claims filing information and much more! State Insurance Department websites: http://www.naic.org/state_web_map.htm

This insurance, though in some states isn't required is intended to protect the business owner from a wide variety of accountabilities and damages. It's much like car insurance only, for your business.

Each state has its own liability insurance requirements of a certified public accountant. These amounts may also differ whether the business is a sole proprietorship, partnership, or corperation.

This is not an easily answered question. The amount of general liability insurance need varies depending on what the business does, what their assets are, and several other factors. It will differ based on several factors and may differ on situations individual to each business.

The answer depends on the type of business.: Human-being Scientific Development & Advanced Association.

It's called business liability insurance, and most insurance companies offer it. Just look up a trusted insurance company and give them a call. Your state insurance department is your best resource for insurance-related questions and concerns. Find information on insurance companies and agents, rate quotes and comparisons, insurance buying tips, claims filing information and much more! State Insurance Department websites: http://www.naic.org/state_web_map.htm

You need a garage keepers liability policy which will include coverage for the motorcycles in your possession, liability while testing them, liability for the premesis and your work, etc. If you have employees you will also need work comp insurance. If you are just starting this business up, I would estimate 1% of your total gross reciepts as insurance costs, with a minimum of $2,000 annually.

No, you don't have to be bonded to accept a cleaning job in someones home. You can just do so at www.wikihow.com/Start-a-House-Cleaning-business Bonding isnt necessary, so much as it is an insurance in the event of. You will find more people willing to hire you, if you are prepared for liability, so no one has to drag out court costs. http://www.ehow.com/how_2294068_get-bonded.html

While it depends on the terms of the policy and the coverages/endorsements the policy owner purchased, General Liability insurance is designed to provide financial protection in case your business is ever sued or held legally responsible for some injury or damage. General Liability typically includes liability protection for your company's completed products or services. Often General Liability is meant to provide protection for the location of your business (your office), not out in the field or at client homes where you may be working. With a cleaning business, your product/completed operation is a clean house. A general liability policy is designed to protect you if you mop the floor, the floor is wet, and somebody trips and falls and suffers bodily injury. However, there is a special exclusion for property coverage with general liability in a cleaning business. While your general liability coverage would protect your legal interests were legal action brought against you for property damage that you caused while in the course of your work, you are much better off adding what is a relatively small "endorsement" to your policy, especially designed for cleaning businesses, which is: "Extended Property Damage" endorsement - where you can pick a coverage amount in increments of five thousand dollars, with an optional deductible. This endorsement immediately and unquestionably covers your liability to the property of others in whose homes you are working.

You will need the basic liability insurance. This means that you will be covered for the other person's car if you are in fact responsible for the accident.

That's up to Kmart. They can carry as much or as little coverage as they choose. There is no law that requires them to carry liability insurance at all.

It depends on how much coverage you need, what kind of liability (General Liability? Employer's Liability? Auto Liability? Professional Liability?...) & what deductibles, if any, your claims experience, your work experience, who the insurance company is and the way their coverage forms read, their overall claims experience for companies like yours, and where you are located & operate. Your insurance agent can help you with specific quotes. Please note that in general, insurance is always based on these kinds of factors so it's hard to give a ballpark estimate for ANY kind of insurance.

It depends on your record and who your insurance company is.

The limits vary by state. Where are you?

The cost of Public liability insurance varies quite a bit, depending on the nature of the business you are in, and the amount you are willing to pay as a deductible. Costs can be as high as a few hundred dollars per month, so it is best to speak to an insurance broker to assess your needs and find the best rates.

Amount of liability insuranceYou should get enough general liability insurance to cover your net worth or your perceived potential liabilities. If you're involved in high-risk activities, you might consider even more insurance.

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