There are many types of insurance that a business may need. Let us get to know your company and determine which coverage is right for you.
Sometimes, even small mishaps can result in large lawsuits. That’s why general liability insurance, along with property and worker’s compensation insurance, is essential for most companies. Liability insurance protects the assets of a business when it is sued for something it did (or didn’t do) that caused injury or property damage.
Commercial Property Insurance covers the physical parts of your business, including assets, your building, equipment, furnishings, fixtures, inventory, computers, records and other valuable items. This coverage can help repair or replace the building, or even your business as a whole. Commercial Property Insurance can also provide financial assistance if you experience a loss of income while your business is non-operational during a covered loss.
Commercial Auto Insurance allows your business keep moving forward. Whether you use vehicles to provide mobility for your employees, equipment or products, you cannot operate without comprehensive company car insurance. Commercial Auto Insurance is intended to protect you and your employees from the unexpected, and ensure that a loss doesn’t affect the future operation of your business.
If your property is destroyed, your income goes down with it. During a company shutdown, customers often take their business elsewhere, and you’re left to find a way to pay both ongoing expenses and the costs involved in getting your business up and running again. When a property is lost, it can take six months to a year for a small business to return to previous income and production levels.
Commercial Umbrella Insurance protects your business from the unexpected. It can help ensure that you stay in business, no matter what life throws at you. Our Business Insurance Specialists can evaluate your company and determine the level of umbrella coverage that is necessary to protect your business.
Employment practice disputes are one of the fastest-growing sources of litigation in the United States. No employer is immune to charges of discriminatory practices from a disgruntled employee. Whether the employee is a current or former staff member, they may file suit with allegations of discriminatory practices.
Workers’ Compensation Insurance is required in most states whether you have one employee or hundreds. This insurance works by protecting both employees – providing benefits for job-related injuries and illnesses – and you and your company by eliminating related lawsuits. It’s important you have the right workers’ compensation insurance for your business’ needs, as every state and every company has different requirements.
As a business owner, you know that offering medical coverage can be vital to attract top-notch employees and to maintain employee morale. However, recent trends in health coverage are alarming. Premiums for Group Health Insurance Plans have increased by double digits over the past three years, and the smallest companies have had to shoulder the biggest increases. Work with one of our experienced insurance professionals to find a group health plan that fits your needs and budget.
A surety bond is a three-party instrument that binds one party to comply with the terms and conditions of a contract. If the party is unable to successfully fulfill the contract, the surety assumes the party’s responsibilities and ensures that the project is completed. Such bonds enable businesses to secure specific jobs and afford them much-needed protection.