Commercial Insurance

Many states require businesses to carry specific insurances in order to operate. Our commitment is to make sure you are compliant at the most competitive rate possible so you can concentrate on your business. We’ve outlined the most common commercial insurance products below:

Workers Compensation

Commonly referred to as workers comp, it is required in most states for businesses that have employees on payroll. This insurance covers medical costs and lost wages for employees in the event of injury on the job. State penalties are placed on a company that does not carry this coverage. Rates are determined by the specific class code the business operates as. E.g. Restaurants, Plumbers, Law Firms, etc.

Product highlights:

  • Workers Comp is required in most states
  • Protects employees against on the job injuries
  • Pays medical costs and lost wages

General Liability

Depending on the type of work this insurance is either required or highly recommended. It covers the insured against potential lawsuits from a dissatisfied or injured customer. A perfect example of how general liability insurance works is a customer that slips and falls in your restaurant. He/She breaks an arm and wants to suit the restaurant claiming the floor was wet or slippery. Your general liability may cover that occurrence in upwards of $1,000,000.

Product highlights:

  • Highly recommended for just about any businesses
  • Most business that operate in a building or strip mall are required by the landlord to carry
  • Protects the insured against a liability claim made by a customer

Errors & Ommission

Commonly referred to as E&O, it is designed to protect business professionals against lawsuits claiming they gave false information or made an error whilst providing their services. Similar to medical malpractice insurance it is a business professional’s safety net. Common professions required to carry E&O insurance are insurance professionals, realtors, physicians(known as medical malpractice).

Product highlights:

  • Protects business professionals against lawsuits made by past or present client
  • Certain professions are required to carry E&O
  • A business professionals safety net