Business Insurance for
Fast Food Restaurants
As the owner of a fast food restaurant, you have made a solid commitment to providing local goods and services for many years to come. Starting a restaurant is a large investment of both time and money. Protect your restaurant from unexpected perils and events by covering it with the right types of business insurance.
General liability is commercial insurance coverage that provides your fast food restaurant with a broad, overall level of protection. It is tremendously important for making sure you’re covered when unexpected events arise. General liability insurance protects you from problems that you don’t expect to arise. For example, if a customer hurts themselves while they’re in your fast food restaurant, general liability provides you with bodily injury coverage to pay for the customer’s required care. This coverage pays for repairs if a customer’s property is damaged while on your premises as well. General liability can pay for your legal and defense expenses if liability suits are filed against your restaurant for products that you’ve sold and it can protect you from mistakes or claims against your advertising materials as well.