Commercial Insurance

Times are tough for business large and small. Having to face claims, lawsuits or disputes with insurance companies can make things even tougher. The Law Office of Eduardo A. Brito help businesses of all sizes deal with lawsuits and losses and make sure their insurance carriers abide by the promises contained in their commercial insurance policies.

Commercial property damage can cause significant losses, not only in terms of lost or damaged property but also in terms of lost productivity and interruption of business flow. For example, a relatively simple loss (such as water damage) can sometimes means extensive business interruption losses or multiple injuries can be caused by an easily fixed condition on business property.

Los Angeles insurance attorney, Eduardo A. Brito, deals with CGL policies and their myriad of exclusions, as well as coverage under specific liability policies. We also handle cases involving all types of property damage and loss. Our practice includes the following types of commercial insurance policies, among others:

Commercial Property Insurance

    • Business Interruption
    • Commercial Renters/Tenants
    • Crime
    • Glass
    • Debris Removal
    • Mechanical Breakdown

Commercial Liability Insurance

    • Commercial General Liability
    • Directors and Officers
    • Errors and Omissions
    • Professional Liability/Malpractice
    • Commercial Vehicles

Your Business is Worth Protecting

Commercial enterprises face significant losses in the face of fire, theft, and other events, and many businesses face significant exposure to liability from slip and fall and other premises liability claims. From bad faith and coverage issues, to the duty to defend to the duty to settle or pay excess verdicts, Los Angeles insurance attorney, Eduardo A. Brito, takes an aggressive approach to making sure your insurance company does what it is obligated to do under its policy.

For efficient and effective assistance enforcing your commercial insurance policy, contact the Law Offices of Eduardo A. Brito today.