This is a tricky question because it depends. But, for example, if it is a small company with one owner, no outside directors and the owner continually mixing personal funds with business funds, it is common for courts to "disregard the corporate entity" and allow the plaintiff in a case to go after the personal assets of the business owner.
In my experience insurers rarely cover liabilities you actually will encounter and often fight as hard against you as the plaintiff is. But there may be insurers who operate differently.
Answered 1 year ago by Justin Call
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