How can I get a public liability insurance quote?


The World Wide Web provides many opportunities of getting public liability insurance quotes from multiple insurers. Online quote tools are a free, quick, user-friendly way of shopping around for general liability insurance.

Getting Public Liability Insurance Step by Step

All you need to do is answer a few questions about your business, describe what coverage you need, and you will be instantly matched with multiple general liability insurers offering quotes matching your individual needs. The advantage of instant online quote tools is that they give you the opportunity to compare quotes offered by multiple companies, and not just one public liability insurance provider.

Here is a list of the standard questions that you are likely to be asked when filling out a public liability insurance application form:

  • Desired coverages - you will be asked to select one or more of the following - General Liability and Property Package Policy, Umbrella (Excess Liability) Policy, Worker's Compensation Policy, Errors and Omissions/Professional Liability (for professions for which it applies), Directors & Officers (D&O), etc.
  • You will be asked to describe your company by selecting the area of business and its primary service from a long scroll-down list.
  • You will have to specify the number of your employees, and the breakdown of the full-time, part-time workers and sub-contractors.
  • You will be asked to provide further information about the type of your legal entity, the number of years it has been active, its annual revenue, the number of years of experience in the industry the senior executive of your business has and the zip code of your headquarters.
  • You may be asked to specify any additional information regarding your current insurance provider, your contact email address, when you would like the coverage to take effect, and any further requirements regarding the public liability insurance coverage you might have.
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