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By: Cornerpoint Law  03/09/2016
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Insurance, like taxes, is necessary. It provides a way for you to transfer risks away from your business. But with so many types of coverages, endorsements, and exclusions, your business may not have the insurance coverage it needs — or thinks it has. For example, general liability policies for businesses often exclude: losses from mold and pollution, which could leave unsuspecting contractors in the lurch; damage to a contractor’s work, which could surprise a contractor in a claim for subpar workmanship; cyber crime, which could leave an online seller unknowingly responsible for a breach; injuries from a customer’s violent acts, which could threaten a retailer’s operations; and injuries resulting from a patron’s intoxicated driving, which could ruin a restaurant or bar. In addition, your business contracts (particularly construction contracts and leases) may require that you obtain insurance for another entity. Failure to do so could expose your business to litigation for breach of contract (and insurance usually does not cover breach of contract).

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