Anyone out there have commercial insurance for an office that has no outside visitors? Are you paying less because it's employees only? Now that I have a couple full time employees locally, my business has out grown my home and I went out and rented a small commercial office. My landlord just told me he needs to see proof of "comprehensive general liability insurance" of $2 million minimum... and the quotes I've been getting don't differentiate between my "work space for employees" and the busy office next door such as a dentist or law firm. Seems dumb to me as my office is at a much lesser risk of a customer injuring themselves, etc. but I can't figure out how to get a cheaper rate, any tips would be appreciated.