Still not sure how this works? Think of it this way, when you create a new LLC, it’s like having a brother. You and your brother are close but you are two different people. If you sell your brother your business and he now owns and runs the business and the business assets, if someone gets injured from the business, who are they going to sue; you or your brother? Obviously, your brother!
This is same concept when it comes to an LLC. Because the LLC is a separate person and the LLC will be the owner and operator of the business, you will no longer own the business, the LLC will. Consequently, if the business causes injury, the owner of the business is the one who is liable and that would be the LLC.