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General Liability / Garage Keepers Insurance Quotes... What do you pay?

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I have a 2 bay facility that I rent and one employee plus myself. I was quoted about $2346 per year for both general liability and garage keepers from Liberty Mutual(using CoverWallet as the broker).

- General liability was $1,032 per year if paid in full for $1,000,000 limit and $2,000,000 aggregate

- Garage keepers was $1320 per year if paid in full for $75,000 coverage

Does this sound right? I am in the process of getting other quotes but wanted to see if I am in the right ballpark. This is my first time getting insurance for the business and it seems like some places don't want to insure you unless you have history.

Shop size:

Employees:

Location:

Own or rent:

Coverage:

Insurer:

 

Thank you

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