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Assume the role of a small business owner. You have little funds to put into insurance and protection for your company. You have to decide where your extra funds will be stretched. Is it more important for you as a business owner to protect your business from criminal activity such as break-ins and robbery, or liability issues, such as slipping and falling? Provide examples to support your answer.

As the owner of a small business with limited funds I think that is would paramount to protect my business against liability issues.

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  1. I agree. Liability issues can be far more expensive than lpsses from robberies. Therefore, liability insurance should be a priority over theft insurance.

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