Texas general liability insurance needs to be considered a necessity to all home and business owners. Practically anyone who owns or rents a property may very well be deemed liable for a third party’s injuries. Unfortunately, a standard mistake policyholders make is not getting enough or the right form of coverage. To ensure your assets are sufficiently protected, you'll need to understand your policy. Here's some common terms used in general insurance policies.
· The term “policyholder” would refer to the individual being covered. In this case, you would be considered the policyholder.
· What is a premium? It's the money the insurance provider charges the policyholder in exchange for covering him or her.
· The risks mentioned as part of your policy are the events which are covered. For general liability, risks could include a customer tripping on a crack in the path in front of your house, slipping on a set of icy stairs, or falling after your puppy pounces on him or her.
· Deductibles are the amount the policyholders must pay before the insurance provider steps in and covers the left over expenses.
· Exclusions, just as the name suggests, are situations that are not covered by your insurance.
Having Texas general liability insurance could make the difference between an injury on your property just upsetting you and financially bankrupting you. Do you think you're sufficiently covered?
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