Druggists Liability Insurance

Definition of "Druggists liability insurance"

Laura Legg real estate agent

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Coverage in the event that, while practicing the profession of druggist, an act or omission is committed resulting in bodily injury, personal injury, and/or property damage to a customer. Also covered is liability arising through the use of products on or off of the business's premises. For example, a child is born after a druggist negligently places sugar tablets instead of birth control pills in a container for a customer. The druggist may have to provide funds necessary to sustain the child until the age of majority.

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