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Bonds

Bonds come in several different varieties to fit different needs and situations. In general, bonds are meant to guarantee that one individual or entity will perform according to the specifications of a contract, ordinance or other requirement. Common types are Surety Bonds, Contract Bonds, Judicial and Probate Bonds and License and Permit Bonds.

 

Business Owners Policy

Think of it as homeowner insurance for your business. This type of policy is appropriate for many small and medium sized businesses. It conveniently includes many types of coverage like liability, building, business property and loss of income.

 

Commercial Property Insurance

This type of policy provides protection from loss, due to a variety of perils, to all kinds of business property including: building structures, furniture, inventory, equipment and supplies, money and securities and business records. If you have a larger or more complex business you may need the flexibility of insuring your business property through a Commercial Property Policy.

 

Directors and Officers Liability Insurance

D & O Insurance, as it is commonly called, is essential to attracting, retaining top business management talent. Lawsuits against a business and its management for negligent or wrongful acts can be brought by any number of constituents like shareholders, customers or regulatory bodies. D & O Insurance will fill in gaps in primary business liability insurance and will protect the personal assets of the directors and officers.

 

Landlord Package Insurance

Landlord's face special risks that require special insurance protection. A few examples of losses or exposures that are covered in a Landlord Package Policy include: Loss of rent resulting from an insured loss; Buildings with one or several units; Varied residential or commercial occupancies; Legal liability resulting from the activities of tenants; and Uninsured or under-insured repairmen. Even though Landlord Package Insurance is primarily designed to protect you from loss to rental property it can, and should provide adequate insurance limits to protect your other assets from legal liability arising from rental activities.

 

Special Events Insurance

Today, any group, club, business, association or individual organizing an event is exposed to liability claims brought by spectators, participants, attendees, and contractors. Special Events Insurance is there to protect your business or organization from claims arising from events not covered in you general liability insurance policy. Special Event Insurance is often required by auditoriums, parks and other venues where events are held. Coverage can be tailored to the duration, size, activities, and nature or your individual event.

 

Builders Risk Insurance

Builders Risk Insurance is often used with a different term that describes what the insurance does - Course of Construction Insurance. Builders Risk Insurance covers a building, and typically all materials during construction. Protection can be extended for the work of individual contractors, architects and engineers. Optional coverage can often be added for costs not directly related to construction such as marketing, loss of income and delayed completion.

 

Commercial General Liability

Your business faces exposure to loss from legal liability from a number of sources. The CGL provides broad protection from risks arising from your premises and operations, independent contractors and product liability, to name a few.

 

Commercial Umbrella Insurance

Commercial Umbrella Insurance is sometimes used interchangeably with Excess Liability Insurance. The two are really different; an umbrella insurance policy will 'reach down' to provide coverage in gaps between other business insurance policies while a true excess insurance policy is intended to provide extra limits of insurance on top of coverage provided by other business insurance policies that are in place.

 

Errors and Omissions Insurance

Errors and Omissions Insurance is basically a type of Professional Liability Insurance. This insurance protection pays for liability claims resulting from damages due to failure to perform some duty for which the insured was trained or even just represented some specific expertise. Architects and insurance agents need Errors and Omissions Insurance as do information technology companies. The kind of Errors and Omissions protection needed vary greatly from business to business so insurance policies are often designed for specific business pursuits.

 

Liquor Liability Insurance

Any establishment serving alcoholic beverages is exposed to lawsuits charging that liquor was served to an intoxicated person who may later have been involved in an accident. Liquor Liability Insurance is intended to protect food service businesses like restaurants, hotels, and even bed and breakfasts, from liability damages in such cases.

 

Workers' Compensation Insurance

This type of insurance pays for medical and rehabilitation expenses for workers injured on the job. Lost wages are also covered. Each state governs the compensation details, including the amounts paid. This is often a mandatory type of insurance.

 

Business Auto Insurance

Maybe your business owns vehicles or maybe you rent or lease them. Maybe you or your employees use personal vehicles to conduct business. If so, you need Business Auto Insurance. A Business Auto Insurance Policy protects your business against injury to others and damage to property as a result of business use of vehicles.

 

Commercial Package Policy

A Commercial Package is a type of business package policy that bundles coverage together for several things including liability, property, boiler and machinery, crime and other optional coverage. The options available create flexibility that allow a Package to be customized for most kinds of business.

 

Contractors Liability

Contractors have liability insurance needs unique to the building trade. We understand those needs and can find insurance protection to fit the budget of your business.

 

Garagekeepers Legal Liability Insurance

General liability insurance policies, and even Garage Liability insurance policies are not intended to provide insurance protection for damage or loss to vehicles that have been left with your business (the legal wording: in your care, custody, or control). That's where Garagekeepers liability coverage comes in; it is meant to protect a business from negligence causing damage to a customer’s vehicle. Some businesses that commonly need Garagekeepers liability insurance include auto dealers and repair shops, parking lots, hotels and restaurants with valet parking services, and towing services.

 

Professional Liability Insurance

Any professional in any field is expected to possess skills and knowledge resulting from specialized training and experience. When a client or customer believes you have not conducted yourself according the standards of your profession or that you have been negligent in some way you can be sued. Standard business liability policies do not cover these situations. To supplement general liability protection you may need a specialty coverage known as Professional Liability Insurance or sometimes Errors and Omissions Insurance.

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