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Glass Installer Insurance
The recession slowed down the glass installation field, but in recent years, it has been recovering right along with the economy. Now this industry is braced for growth, and you should prepare for this if you want to benefit from this trend. You can start by looking into how glass installer insurance can protect your business.
Every business needs liability coverage, but this is especially important when you work with glass. Whether you have a shop stocked with glass or work on-site at each customer’s home or business, the presence of sheets of glass can be dangerous. Customer might trip over them and break them, cutting themselves. Similarly, if there is any broken glass on your property, someone could drive over it and damage their tires.
If you want to avoid having to pay for medical bills and property damage out of pocket, you need to make sure you have general liability coverage as part of your glass installer insurance policy. As an added bonus, this coverage will pay for your legal costs if you are accused of slander, libel, or copyright infringement.