The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), one of the country’s largest small business advocacy groups, has announced a list of “Liability Protection Principles” meant to protect small businesses from the threat of lawsuits as the economy begins to reopen.
A recent survey from the NFIB found that 70 percent of small business owners are concerned about liability claims, with only six percent unconcerned. To that end, the NFIB is lobbying Congress to address their liability concerns as the nation returns to a more open economy.
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