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Business Insurance

Tailored Coverage

  • Don't pay for coverage you don't need. We tailor our policies to the specific risk you face.

General Liability Insurance

What Does General Liability Insurance Cover?

  • Alleged or actual negligence

  • Damage to third party property

  • Personal injury

  • Advertising injury

  • Electronic data liability

  • Medical expenses

  • Worldwide insurance coverage

  • Defense costs

  • Actions of your full-time employees and temporary staff

  • Supplemental payments

Need More Coverage? Check Out Other Options

Business Owners Policy (BOP)

If you want to protect your own property consider buying Business Owners Policy (BOP), which combines general liability insurance and property insurance.

You should consider business owners policy if you:

  • need general liability insurance

  • have business equipment such as computers, printers and furniture

  • own the building at which you work and need to insure the property

  • own and work with large amounts of data on a regular basis

  • have employees who could act dishonestly or steal clients' property

Workers Compensation 

This policy protects your employees if they suffer an injury or become ill while on the job. This is mandated by the state if the business employs more than a certain number of employees, and the threshold varies by state. It also protects your company from being sued by employees for workplace conditions that can cause harm.

Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial Auto Insurance

This helps cover the financial costs from an auto accident if you or an employee is involved in an accident. Commercial Auto insurance will cover both damaged property and medical bills. Whether you use your own car, or a fleet of vehicles to get the job done, we have a coverage option for you.

Professional Liability Insurance, also called errors and omissions insurance

(E & O Insurance) protects your business if you are sued for negligently performing your services, even if you haven't made a mistake.

You should seriously consider personal liability insurance coverage if your business:

  • provides a professional service

  • regularly provides advice for clients

  • is requested by a client to have professional liability insurance

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