Covers some of the most common lawsuits that arise from everyday business activities such as
Bodily injury: If a customer is hurt on your property, general liability insurance can help pay for immediate medical expenses or legal expenses if they sue your business.
Product liability: A business can be sued if it manufactures, distributes, or sells products, that harm people or cause damage to property.
Property damage: General liability insurance can cover expenses to repair or replace customer property that is damaged at a business. Libel, slander
copyright: If someone sues a business owner or employee over slander or copyright infringement, general liability insurance pays for lawsuit expenses.
There are more case such as advertising, personal injury and operations.
General liability insurance does not cover: Professional errors, Professional liability insurance can cover lawsuits over professional mistakes, including undelivered services and missed deadlines. Employee discrimination lawsuits, Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) can cover lawsuit expenses related to claims of harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination.