Business Owner Insurance
As a business owner, you know a simple convenience can help “a hard day’s night” seem less bothersome—that’s why Business Owners Insurance, also known as a Business Owners Policy (BOP) exists. It’s an enhanced plan that combines general liability and property liability insurance into one convenient package. You can also add endorsements to your policy to cover specific risks, like cyber liability. Policies are available to most businesses that generate less than $10 million in annual revenue and is a popular choice for a variety of small and mid-sized businesses like contractors, boutiques, and restaurants. Business Owners Insurance can also help you save money because combined, the covered claims can be offered at a lower rate than if you were to purchase them separately.
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Cover all your bases, which means coverage for medical, legal, and other related costs from claims like third-party bodily injury, third-party property damage, and advertising injury.
Get financial assistance to repair or replace your physical assets (building, furniture, supplies, inventory, equipment) if they are damaged, lost, or stolen.
Protect your business from third-party burglaries, robberies, or employee theft that result in the loss of physical or digital money and financial securities.
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Commercial Umbrella Insurance is similar to Business Liability Insurance in that it covers costs like medical, legal, and other expenses related to an accident. The difference is it significantly extends the primary coverage amount to help keep your business afloat.