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Also referred to as “commercial liability,” General Liability Insurance covers a business’s general liability exposures and minimizes financial risks, such as death or injury of an employee, lawsuit, or natural disaster.Get a Quote
Business Owner’s Package
A Business Owner’s Policy (BOP) is a combination of the best business coverages all in one policy, so you get the best deal with the most coverage. For businesses with a high risk, a BOP can protect you the best.Get a Quote
- Business Owner’s Policy (BOP)
- Workers’ Compensation
- Commercial Vehicle coverage
When you purchase surety bonds, you enter into a three-party agreement: you (the principal), your client (the obligee), and the surety company providing the bond. Surety bonds are designed to guarantee your business’s integrity and financial responsibility, along with compliance with a law or contract. Some bonds are legally required for your business to be fully licensed, and others are optional. We offer a wide variety of bonds and licenses to choose from.Get a Quote
Social Engineering Fraud
Social engineering fraud happens when an employee is tricked into sending money to another via email, fax, phone, or even bank account. These tricks usually happen when a criminal is impersonating a client, vendor, supplier, or fellow employee. Unfortunately, even the best employee can fall for these traps and lose your business thousands to even millions of dollars, depending on the scam.Get a Quote
When it comes to insuring equipment, we often think of businesses like restaurants and factories, but the truth is that all businesses rely on equipment that can lead to expensive solutions when it breaks down. That’s why Equipment Breakdown Insurance covers a wide range of equipment.Get a Quote
Cyber liability insurance protects companies against lawsuits, fines, or penalties due to a breach in your system or software. In the event of a compromise, restoring lost data can be costly. Cyber liability can help your businesses recover after a data breach by reimbursing you for any income or payroll lost in the process.Get a Quote
This type of insurance, or EPLI, is made for employers to protect them against allegations made by employees that could potentially harm the business. EPLI is more beneficial in newer businesses who are often vulnerable against employment claims, but can be used for large companies as well. In some cases, EPLI can be offered as an endorsement to a Business Owner’s Policy (BOP) and a General Liability Policy (GL).Get a Quote
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