Supliful only works with the leading manufacturers that have all the quality assurance procedures in place. But if guaranteed peace-of-mind is what you seek, Product Liability Insurance just might be what you need! Sparx provides insurance that covers general liability, errors & omissions, directors & officers.
Manufacturing defects: From the factory floor to your doorstep, no product is safe from spoilage!
Design defects: Blemishes or weaknesses in the manufacturing materials can cause malfunctions.
Inadequate labeling: Some products need more specific labeling that provides adequate or required warnings to consumers.
Legal Defense Costs: Cover the legal costs associated with client claims arising from errors or mistakes in your company.
Settlements: In the event your business enters into settlements to resolve claims, errors and omissions insurance may provide crucial financial coverage.
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Sparx automates the clerical tasks that plague traditional insurance brokerages, giving more time to be responsive and alert to your needs.
Work with a Sparx specialist to place the coverage that’s right for you.
"If you’re an entrepreneur looking to manage insurance — you have to check out what Sparx is building! They took the headache out of the process and tailored it to us as an ecommerce brand."
Aavrani, a premium health and beauty company, has been making waves in the e-commerce world with its unique approach. Sparx was able to offer flexible coverage limits that adapted to Aavrani’s specific needs.
Fast, reliable proof of insurance to facilitate your business transactions seamlessly.
Sparx platform enables their veteran risk experts to auto-shop your coverage across 150+ A rated insurance carriers.
Contact Sparx at all hours. They turn around policy requests, COIs, and claims within 4 hours.
As a small business owner, every decision counts. Choosing Supliful’s insurance program was one of my best. They not only covered all my needs but also helped me understand the nitty-gritty of product liability. I feel much more confident in my business's future now.
In the world of private label products, surprises are the last thing you want. Supliful's comprehensive coverage took the worry off my plate so I could focus on what I do best—innovation and sales.
The personal touch from Supliful was unexpected and incredibly reassuring. Having experts walk me through the policy options made all the difference. Now, I'm not just covered; I'm educated and empowered.
The clear-cut, no-nonsense approach Supliful takes to insurance was a breath of fresh air. They provided detailed risk assessments and tailored coverage that made sense for my business and budget.
Dealing with business uncertainties can be daunting, but Supliful's insurance program offered the robust safety net I needed.
Supliful didn't just insure my products; they insured my dreams. They understood the unique challenges of my online craft store and offered tailored solutions that let me sleep well at night.
Yes. We vet our suppliers and they offer quality products. We also check if the products are GMP certified and list the information on product pages. The supplement label templates we use are made in accordance with the FDA supplement labeling requirements.
While product liability insurance isn't a legal requirement, it is recommended for any business producing, supplying, or selling products. Despite best-in-class quality assurance processes, there might be situations out of control that can lead to an unsatisfied customer. So it is crucial to weigh in on your risks and how to prevent them from happening to your business.
The cost of product liability insurance will depend on several things, including the company’s size and the company’s stage of development. Other factors include:
Exposures: risks being insured.
Company practices: views on safety, compliance, and risk management.
Program structure: the amount of deductible and willingness for a company to assume more risk.
Claims history: the type and amount of past claims against the company.
- Employee injuries sustained while manufacturing the product
- Recall expenses
- Product damages
- Lost inventory costs