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There are good reasons to consider General Liability insurance from AIG

Why businesses need General Liability cover

Without this essential cover there would be no protection from the potentially enormous costs of legal fees and payouts resulting from an accident or injury caused by the business’ activities. While these could ruin the company, it would be equally unfair if an injured party unable to get fair compensation.

Across the world

Our insurance solutions can extend into other jurisdictions, issuing local policies through AIG offices present worldwide and expertise in international and multinational markets, energy risks and utilities, construction and private finance initiatives (PFI), crisis management, business markets (large companies and SMEs), excess coverage and specific coverage for US and Canada

Why AIG?

AIG is a world-recognised leader in both primary and excess levels of Civil Liability insurance, particularly for clients with sustainable risk profiles and high standards of quality. The expertise of our team means we have a broad appetite for business types – and the ability to create solutions appropriate to the nature of the risk, size, geographical location and company structure.

Preventing damage before it happens

Our experience in risk prevention covers a wide range of industries across Europe and is supported by an exclusive international network of technicians. AIG provides access to a network of 500 loss control specialists worldwide with experience in loss prevention, legislation on security, risk management, crisis management and mitigation.

Who is it for?

AIG can support a broad range of business sectors within Kuwait and the rest of the world, including

1. Industry

  • Ceramic, glass and other building materials
  • Chemicals and petrochemicals
  • Textiles
  • Plastics
  • Pulp and paper
  • Metal and metal products

2. Food and drink producers

3. Distribution and retail sales

4. Construction

5. Hospitality

6. Technology

  • Information Technologies
  • Telecommunications
  • Automation

7. public utility services

  • Production, distribution and sale of electricity
  •  Collection, distribution and sale of water
  • Waste treatment