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General liability insurance coverage protects your business against third-party claims of bodily injury, or damage to someone else’s property.
Also known as malpractice and/or omissions insurance, professional liability insurance protects business owners from negligent mistakes caused by their professional services.
Business property insurance provides coverage for the building in which you operate your business, including improvements you may make to a rented facility.
Commercial auto insurance is a liability and physical damage protection for vehicles, such as cars, trucks, and vans that are used for business.
We specialized cyber liability options to help you, monitor and protect your company’s systems against damages incurred due to a data breach.
Excess liability insurance, or Umbrella Insurance, provides an extra layer of protection against bodily injury and/or property damage.
From Hobby Farms to large commercial farms, we have the plans and coverages you need in order to protect your family’s investments.
This coverage includes broad property and liability coverages, as well as medical costs and lost wages for work-related injuries and illnesses.
Pollution insurance is a type of coverage created specifically to manage the costs associated with pollution clean-up and the use of hazardous materials. Some examples include liability claims for pollution-related injuries, illnesses or deaths.
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There are many factors that are considered when your commercial insurance premium is determined, such as the safety or risks of your business practices. Our agents will meet with you to gather information about how your business operates so that we can find coverage that best fits your business needs and your budget.
Yes. If you hire subcontractors/independent contractors to work with you, it is important they have their own insurance to cover the damages or injuries that may be caused on the job.
Business insurance protects you in activities where you provide a service or product to others for a price. Even if it is just considered a “hobby”; if it is provided to another person, you should have insurance to protect you, your assets and the “customer”. Examples can include, trade shows where you sell homemade items, offering lawn or personal care services at a cost, etc.
As a business owner, your business and personal life often intertwine. Having an agent that understands that and has a full understanding of both is important. Click here to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced agents.
Our risk management services will evaluate your business as a whole to identify, assess, and help your business mitigate those risks before they occur. Meet with one of our agents and learn more about how risk management can help you prepare for the unexpected.