FEBRUARY 1, 2022. IVELJIC QUOTED IN ARTICLE ABOUT WHAT GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICIES COVER FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

Mag Mile Law Partner Mario Iveljic was recently quoted in an article about what general liability insurance policies cover for small businesses. Obtaining the proper insurance policy with sufficient coverages is crucial for any business, especially a small business, as a loss that is not covered by insurance could result in the crippling of your business. There have been far too many examples of businesses closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic as insurance is not providing coverage for loss of business income.

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