image of 4 warehouse workersMy office gets many calls asking about California Products Liability Insurance. But did you know you might already have this coverage included in your California general liability policy?  Insurance carriers often (but not always) include this vital coverage for businesses to protect them against product defect claims.  Products Liability Insurance protects you against your legal liability for selling or using a product that causes bodily injury or property losses to the consumer.  Business owners in the manufacturing sector (petroleum, steel, automobiles, aerospace, telecommunications, chemicals, electronics, food processing, consumer goods, lumber and mining) are especially vulnerable to these types of claims.  Even though many products are made overseas, you the distributor or reseller of these products are liable if someone gets hurt using your product here in the USA. However, Gary Warner Insurance Agency always reviews our client’s coverage to make sure they are properly covered for the exposures that might exist.  Every year we review the policy and identify areas that may need updating.  In the course of business, we know how important it is to have a policy that is flexible and adjusts to your company’s needs.  We make sure you are able to grow and expand your business and provide you the coverage we know will work for you at a cost your business can afford.

Need California products liability insurance? Call Gary Warner Insurance Agency, Inc. today at (818) 706-8625!

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