Category: Business Insurance

Common Commercial Property Insurance Exclusions

Commercial property insurance is designed to protect the physical assets of your business from specific perils, including fire, explosions, storms, burst pipes, vandalism, and theft. It protects your building and its contents, along with fences, signs, and other exterior fixtures. It is a core coverage of your business insurance policy. If you have purchased commercial property insurance coverage for your business, you can expect to...

Understanding The Different Types Of Surety Bonds

If you are in business in any of a wide range of industries, surety bonds are likely to be part of your business insurance package. These bonds are used in a variety of business situations in which an additional guarantee for the quality of service or products is required. The following is some basic information about the different types of security bonds used in business...

How Many Of My Employees Need Key Person Insurance?

Key person insurance can help protect your business in the same way that life insurance helps protect your family. The most valuable asset of any business is its people, and a company can become dependent on certain key persons for its success. If you have executives or employees who are critical to your business, you need key person insurance as part of your business insurance...

Understanding Workers' Comp

Workers’ comp is not a perfect system, and sometimes things can wrong or fall through the cracks. If an employee filed a valid claim, workers’ comp should cover all their medical expenses resulting from the work-related injury. If anything goes wrong with this process, it is important to find out what went wrong with the claim and get it corrected. How Does An Employee File...

Cargo Insurance Vs. Commercial Trucking Insurance

Commercial carriers are required by law to have carrier liability insurance. Since this insurance provides limited coverage, and because cargo can be damaged in many different ways, most shippers request cargo insurance to protect their goods from damage, loss, or theft during transit. Commercial trucking insurance, on the other hand, is essential coverage for a business or owner-operator providing trucking services. What Is Cargo Insurance?...

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