General Liability Insurance

For medical professional and facilities

What is General Liability

General Liability covers medical expenses and attorney fees which result from bodily injuries and property damage that your company or organization could be legally responsible for. General liability insurance can help cover medical expenses and attorney fees resulting from bodily injuries and property damage for which your company may be legally responsible.

What does general liability insurance cover?

General liability insurance policies typically cover you and your company for claims involving bodily injuries and property damage resulting from your products, services or operations. It may also cover you if you are held liable for damages to a landlord’s property.

 

Our general liability coverage program is the best in the industry, with “A” rated carriers, flexible packages and $10 million in excess capacity.

The Benefits

  • $10,000,000 Excess Capacity available.
  • Commercial General Liability.
  • ISO Occurrence and Claims-made coverage forms.
  • Customized Coverage.
  • Per Location aggregate endorsement.
  • Hired and Non Owned Auto (supported).
  • Blanket Additional Insured.
  • Employee Benefits Liability.
  • Stop Gap Liability.

insurance for hospitals

Hospital Insurance typically covers all or part of the potential liability for hospital services. It includes medical malpractice, accidents involving hospital employees and equipment, care during surgery or any other invasive treatment, after-hours care arrangements by staff who need help with their children and more.

insurance for long term care facilities

Long term care facilities must protect themselves against potential liability arising from incidents within their facility. Westwood can help you negotiate a package tailored to your long term care facility client.

insurance for physicians

The different types of insurance for physicians includes medical malpractice insurance, professional liability insurance, errors and omissions insurance, an umbrella policy, and professional indemnity. As a physician, you should have access to all of these types of insurance.