Insurance for Other Businesses
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Why do Other Businesses need insurance?
More than ever before, businesses are calling upon experts to provide specific advice or services that will help them stay ahead of their competition. As this trend increases, so does the possibility that things can go wrong. That is why business insurance that is reliable and customized to your profession has never been more important.
Did you know?
A Business Owner’s Policy (BOP) coverage is essential for businesses that have assets that could be stolen or damaged – such as equipment, inventory or digital property.
Professional Liability Insurance (aka E&O insurance) – Other
Professional Liability insurance, also known as Errors & Omissions insurance (or E&O insurance) protects your business from claims related to the advice, expertise or professional services that you provide. If you ever engage in these activities, your business could be at risk for being sued by a customer, client or other party who claims he or she is unhappy due to your negligent act, error or omission.
Professional Liability policies can protect your employees and independent contractors from allegations of wrongdoing. It may provide coverage for defense expenses as well as any resulting settlements or damages resulting from the complaint.
General Liability – Other
Regardless of your size or how cautious you may be, all businesses run the risk of accidentally injuring or damaging someone or something during the course of operations. General Liability can help offset your expenses if something goes wrong so you don’t need to drain your bank account.
General Liability can protect against allegations of bodily injury or property damage to an outside party, even if you haven’t done anything wrong. It can cover your defense expenses and other related settlement or court costs. General Liability typically also can protect against advertising injury and personal injury claims such as libel, slander, defamation, etc.
Business Owner’s Policy (BOP) – Other
A Business Owner’s Policy (BOP) combines two of the most critical coverages for small businesses: general liability (see above) and property- into one convenient and affordable package. In addition to general liability and property coverage, a BOP often includes coverage for other exposures that are common to your industry. These can include business interruption, non-owned business auto liability, employee dishonesty and more.
A BOP will help you protect against several of the most common external as well as internal exposures that your business may face.