A restaurant recently paid $925,000 in a settlement after overserving a man who later lost control of his vehicle, resulting in an auto accident that severely injured two people. The intoxicated driver’s blood alcohol level was 0.332 percent, more than four times the legal limit.
Along with serving alcohol, countless other variables can affect a restaurant owner’s exposure, including location, ownership experience and amusement devices. With restaurants in Canada generating $85 billion in annual sales, this industry represents a significant opportunity for brokers to help business owners protect themselves from the inherent risks they face.
Contact Burns & Wilcox for a tailored Hospitality policy that can help limit your clients’ exposures with coverage for liquor liability, food contamination, and forcible ejection with options for both liquor and general liability, and property coverage including equipment breakdown and spoilage.
Coverage Details and Features
- Package and monoline policies
- General liability coverage
- Liquor liability coverage
- Forcible ejection included at full limits in most cases
- Hired and/or Non-Owned auto coverage available (if incidental exposure only)
- Building and contents
- Computer equipment
- Equipment breakdown
- Business Interruption
- Consequential Loss
- Product Recall: Restaurant Contamination
- Legal Expenses Coverage
- Identity Theft/Data Recovery
(including but not limited to)
- Drive-Thru & Fast Food Restaurants
At Burns & Wilcox our expertise becomes your expertise. Our marketing materials are designed to help you give your clients what they want to hear – yes to almost any hard-to-place-risk.