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What type of insurance would cover expenses for someone injured on your property?

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2010-10-13 16:22:04
2010-10-13 16:22:04

Public Liability Insurance is the ideal insurance that will cover someone injured on your property.

This type of policy covers the insured's liability to members of the public. Such liabilities may arise as a result of the insured's business operation. The business being operated by the insured in his/her premises may at times lead to death, injury or accident to third parties, or damage to third party's property. Insured means policy holder.

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Your homeowner's insurance policy will also include liability insurance if you have the right type of policy. Check with your homeowner's insurance company to see if you have that type of coverage.

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