Proper insurance coverage gives your business security and will keep your operations running after a disaster or other unforeseen event.
As you set up this coverage, it’s important to keep several key things in mind.
Your risk: Do you know what the risks are for your type of business? Review your operations and consider which types of policies you need to have in place. Do you use commercial vehicles, have employees, or operate a brick-and-mortar business? Each of these facets of business requires different types of coverage.
Your cost: Keep in mind that obtaining the minimum coverage available isn’t always the best choice. The amount you might save in premiums won’t be worth it if the lower coverage leaves your business exposed after a major event.
Your terms: Policies vary greatly. It’s important to know the details of any coverage you obtain. Review what terms are available and choose the options that work best for your business.
Your requirements: Be sure to check into any regulations that guide the insurance requirements for your industry. If the law states that you need liability insurance, then this should be part of your insurance package. If you need special insurance due to hazardous materials or other working conditions, be sure to include this coverage.
Not sure what your legal obligations are? Contact us for a consultation. We can review your risks, cost, terms, and requirements and help you establish the best coverage for your unique business needs.