If you own or operate an establishment that plans to serve alcohol in South Carolina, state law requires you to hold a Liquor Liability policy. Also known as ‘Dram Shop Insurance’, this policy provides a business coverage in the event of damages related to serving alcohol.
While some states, like North Carolina, do not legally mandate coverage, it is imperative to add a Liquor Liability policy to your business if you plan to serve drinks. Even in instances where businesses were cleared of wrongdoing, they were still ordered to pay millions of dollars in damages for the actions of patrons.
General Liability packages do not include these coverages; they must be purchased in addition to most Business Operating Policies. At Anchora, we are committed to finding the right products to protect you and your business. Fill out the form below to get started!
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