Yes, you read that title correctly. A Los Angeles man is suing Krispy Kreme doughnuts claiming they misled the public by naming its doughnuts in a way that led people to believe they contained vitamin-rich fruits, despite them being completely fruit-free.
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If you’re wondering what this has to do with anything, my point is that there are nut jobs all over the world like this who are sue happy and looking for a little extra money, even through a settlement. It’s imperative as a business that you carry commercial general liability insurance with product liability included. By carrying a policy for this, you have defense coverage under the policy to protect your business from even the frivolous claims.
Even though a judge could potentially throw this case out the window, there’s going to be legal fees that need to be paid no matter what. And the headache of dealing with this. Leave it to a commercial general liability policy to handle this for you so you can focus on the important things in running a business. Don’t think that only happens to the big guys like Krispy Kreme either. This can happen to ANY business, especially in litigious Southern California.
I’ve been in the insurance industry just short of five years now helping business owners with their insurance needs. If I could turn back the clock 27 years, it would be a dream for me to write product liability insurance for this awesome product, the music vest. Treat your eyes to this gem: