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You have missed the point. You asked “Does your company require YOU to have liability insurance?” Yes they require it, many companies do, they pay for it as part of my compensation package however if for some reason I wasn’t insurable then I wouldn’t be working there. The answer to the question is simple, the courts and the system is not under Rule of Law and has no dealings with justice and lawyers and judges are completely corrupt. Not true. The principle of qualified immunity has been established for centuries. It is not made up on the spur of the moment by corrupt judicial activists with short term agendas. The English Common Law that enshrined this principle is, in fact, the Rule of Law that has guided us for centuries.