What does Business Insurance cover?
Business insurance is an umbrella term used to describe common types of insurance business owners require to cover costs associated with third-party liability lawsuits or claims.
Explore the following insurance policies for specific coverage information:
Who needs Business Insurance?
Regardless of size or industry, insurance is critical for the long term survival of your business.
Business insurance provides coverage for the financial costs associated with unforeseen events such as damage caused to third parties, accusations of professional negligence or defective products.
Your business is unique and your coverage will vary. Speak with your broker to find a policy to suit your needs.
Read about four examples where insurance saved a startup.
What is the cost of Business Insurance?
For a low-risk small-business, you can anticipate spending approximately $650 annually on a basic commercial general liability insurance policy with a $2M limit.
The amount of coverage you require varies, as does the price of your premium. A number of factors are taken into consideration when determining the cost of an insurance policy, such as: