Certificate of insurance
An ACORD certificate of liability insurance is a document that provides a summary of your business insurance policy and proves you have liability insurance coverage.
An additional insured is a business, individual, or other entity included in a general liability policy in addition to the named insured. Additional insureds are a way of extending your liability insurance coverage to another person or business.
A certificate of liability insurance is a document that proves your company has liability coverage. Your insurer issues you this certificate with your insurance policy – and you can also download a copy online whenever you need it.
A workers' compensation certificate of insurance proves that you carry this insurance coverage. Clients or regulators may ask to see your certificate, which you can access as soon as you buy a workers' comp policy.
A certificate of insurance (COI) for commercial general liability insurance proves that your company carries this coverage. The document summarizes important information about your policy in a single page.
Clients might ask to see your errors and omissions insurance certificate, a document that serves as proof of insurance. You can access this certificate as soon as you buy an E&O policy, also called professional liability insurance.