Commercial Insurance That Makes Sense
Types of Commercial Insurance Include:
- Property insurance
- Commercial auto insurance
- Workers’ compensation
- Group health
- Life insurance
- Disability income
- Key man insurance and much more
Understanding What You’re Paying For
This covers the building or building and its contents. This includes crime coverage, outdoor signs, glass coverage, and property of others.
This coverage covers what you would normally be obligated to pay in the event of bodily injury or property damage to others. If you do not own the building you’re in, your landlord should cover this, however, you can still have this added to your insurance policy. Liability covers the premises and the areas in which the insured operates.
Commercial Auto Coverage
This type of coverage is similar to the coverage you have on your personal vehicle, but it’s intended for vehicles that are used during the course of business. If your employee makes a delivery and backs up into another vehicle, this type of insurance would cover the expenses.
Workers’ compensation coverage protects your employees when they’re hurt on the job. The insurance will pay a disability income to the worker if their injury renders them unable to work.
This type of insurance coverage covers you if you’re operating with a business loan. Bankers typically require you to have key man insurance, also known as life insurance, so that the bank can acquire their money if you’re incapacitated in some way. Sole proprietors do not tend to carry key man insurance, however, it’s not uncommon for a partner to have key man insurance.
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