General liability insurance is one of the most common policies for tech companies. It covers basic risks involving customers and fulfills the terms of commercial leases and contracts.
General liability insurance protects your business from the most common risks that technology companies face:
It’s typically the first policy that technology professionals purchase, and it’s often required in the terms of a commercial office lease or a client contract. (Some clients might require an errors and omissions policy, too).
This policy protects against lawsuits over injuries and property damage involving a client, delivery person, or anyone else who doesn’t work at your company.
Tech companies, startups, and consultants often need proof of insurance to sign a contract or a lease. With TechInsurance, you can often download a certificate of liability insurance on the same day that you purchase a policy from one of our carrier partners.
If your business has pricier liabilities than your policy covers, you can increase your general liability insurance coverage by adding commercial umbrella insurance. Umbrella insurance raises your general liability policy limit, so your insurance company honors costlier claims.
If your business has risks your general liability insurance policy doesn't cover, you can get more comprehensive coverage by bundling your policy with these other types of business insurance: