Commercial Insurance

It is the coverage for businesses against potential losses through unforeseen circumstances like theft, liability, property damage and for the coverage in the event of an interruption of business or injured employees. Put quite simply, commercial insurance consists of one or more types of coverage designed to protect businesses, their owners and their employees. Many business insurance policies include basic coverages such as property, liability, crime and commercial auto insurance, as well as other optional insurance, such as business interruption insurance, equipment breakdown insurance, and workers compensation. A business owners policy (BOP) combines business liability, commercial property and business income coverages into one cost-effective package for small businesses.

Commercial Property Insurance

Whether you own your building, lease your workspace or work from home, business property insurance protects your business’ physical assets against loss or damage from a broad range of causes including theft, fire, smoke, water, and vandalism.

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Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial auto insurance is designed to protect the vehicle(s) you use for your business. They can either be owned by the business or by yourself personally.

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Error and Omission Insurance

Errors and Omissions Insurance (also called Professional Liability Insurance) does what its name implies: it covers your professional mistakes (errors) and the things you overlook (omissions). If you're sued over a professional mistake or oversight, this policy can help you pay for legal expenses.

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Event Liability Insurance

Events Liability Insurance is a short-term liability insurance that can help protect against the unexpected.

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Fleet and Garage Insurance

Fleet Insurance is an automobile insurance that insures groups of at least five vehicles that are under common ownership or management and that are used for business, commercial or public purposes.

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