Commercial insurance expert witnesses may testify and write reports on commercial liability policies, professional liability insurance, agent errors and omissions, and associated matters. Here, the law firm of Kunz, Plitt, Hyland & Demlong writes on commercial insurance:
Commercial insurance is a broad term referring to the many types of insurance a business might acquire. Businesses, like individuals, may insure their property against fire, flood, liability claims of all kinds, and other damage. They may choose to protect specialized equipment and property, both real and personal. Commercial enterprises often need to purchase commercial auto insurance because even if the business does not own any vehicles, its employees’ individual auto policies may not cover them while on the job.