5 risks that auto repair shops face

| March 13, 2019

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If you have an auto body shop or an auto repair shop, there are plenty of risks that you need to be aware of. Knowing about the risks you face is the first step to managing those risks and preventing them from threatening your business’s financial well-being. It’s not that we’re trying to spread “doom and gloom” or make you paranoid – we want you to be prepared. So, we’re going to go over 5 risks that your auto shops or garage faces – and present an auto repair shop insurance solution for each. 5 risks that auto repair shops face (and the insurance solutions). 1. A customer trips and falls on your property – and decides to sue you. Of course, since you run an auto repair shop, your clients have to come onto your property – and a lot of people come and go every day as they drop off their cars, pick up their cars, and so on. But when customers come and go, that opens your business up to liability if someone gets hurt or claims that you caused damage to their property.

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