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Commercial general liability (CGL) insurance is very broad in nature. It includes bodily injury liability and property damage liability exposures of a variety of commercial businesses, enterprises, and ventures.

The basic exposures of the named insured covered by the CGL include:

  • Ownership, maintenance, or use of the premises
  • Personal injury
  • Advertising injury
  • Operations conducted or performed on or off the premises
  • Completed operations
  • Written contracts and agreements
  • Products manufactured, sold, or distributed
  • Medical payments for injuries on the premises or job sites, regardless of fault

These policies can be offered on either an occurrence or a claims-made basis, as a mono-line policy, or combined with one or more other lines of insurance to form a commercial package policy.  If you have a Connecticut business and don’t have a general liability policy, or if it’s been years since you reviewed your current policy, now is the time to act.

Contact Olde Liberty Insurance today for a comprehensive insurance review and a no-obligation, customized quote from some of the most reputable carriers in the state of Connecticut.

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We are committed to accurate quotes for insurance for businesses throughout the state of Connecticut! Submit your information via this online form, and we will follow up, typically within a few business days.
  • Reports will be ordered to properly classify and rate your policy. These reports may include information about your claims and driving history, insurance score, and may include information about current and former members of your household. These reports provide information that may assist in determining your eligibility for insurance and the price you may be charged. Consumer reports may also be used for updates, renewals, or extensions of this insurance. We may also obtain and use a credit-based insurance score. We may use a third party in connection with the development of the insurance score. State privacy laws require that you are notified that personal information may be collected from sources other than yourself. This will include a loss history report showing your personal insurance claims history. Such information, as well as other information collected, may be disclosed in circumstances to third parties without authorization. A right to access and correction exists with respect to all personal information and a written notice will be furnished to you upon request.

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