General Liability Insurance FAQs

What does general liability insurance cover?

The University's general liability insurance program covers damage, loss, and injury not covered by other, more specific insurance programs. It extends to every campus department and to every employee doing University business. Among the more common claims under general liability are:

  • injuries to campus visitors
  • damage to property not owned by the University
  • employment actions

Claims are evaluated on their individual merits. Filing a claim does not mean it will be accepted or paid.​