Business Owners Insurance
When you own a business, you have a unique set of operation and protection requirements all your own. Especially for business owners that own and operate vehicles, Business Auto insurance provides coverage for your unique needs.
What happens to your business if something happens to you? Make sure that your dream and your business live on by considering the options that a Business-Life insurance policy can offer.
You never expected it to happen to your business. Your employees seemed honest, but now you’re fighting a lawsuit because someone used a client’s credit card information. Crime coverage helps protect your business from acts of dishonesty.
A customer was injured while visiting your business and now you’re stuck with a pretty expensive medical bill. General Liability covers contractual, personal and advertising injury, as well as liability protection.
If you are in a partnership, you hope that it continues for as long as you own your business. However, should something happen to one of the partners, it’s important to have coverage to survive this loss. Partnership Life insurance can offer you the protection you need.
You arrive to work early one morning, only to realize that your business property was vandalized during the night. Fortunately, you had customized Property insurance to cover such a loss. Your business is up and running again, and you hardly missed a beat.
Losses from injuries that happen on the job, regardless of who’s at fault, can cost employers a great deal of time and money. Worker’s Compensation for small businesses offers unique coverage for just such losses.
What if something happens to you and your business still has a lot of debt? Make sure that your estate is protected with Sole Proprietorship Life insurance.
Stockholder Life insurance can be used to create a pre-death, buy-sell agreement and to arrange the sale of stocks to remaining shareholders should something happen to one or more of the business owners.
A Surety Bond Program creates a contract for the fulfillment of an obligation. It gives some businesses an opportunity to grow in a way in which they couldn’t have without the program.