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Options for business property protection are building, structures, furniture and equipment, lost records, money securities, and supplies. Different businesses have different needs and it may be a business property policy.
This insurance is used in the construction industry, covering the building under construction and typically all materials used in the course of construction. Optional coverage extensions include loss of income, delayed completion and marketing expenses.
This is for a variety of property types when being transported on land. Examples include: construction equipment , tools, cargo, etc.
Businesses are exposed to many types of loss that may not be covered in your typical policy. Crime insurance protects the company against embezzlement and theft by employees. It also offers protection for theft, hacking and burglary by non-employees.
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Business Owner Policy (BOPS)
An all-in-one package policy designed for small- to medium-sized businesses. Often includes coverage for liability, building property, business property and business income.
Directors and Officers Liability (D&O)
D&O is a must whether your business is a small company, large corporation, or a non-profit organization. Lawsuits threaten businesses and the management’s decisions. These suits can be brought by shareholders, employees, customers and more. D&O fills in the gaps from standard general liability while protecting the personal assets of the directors and officers.
Employment Practices Liability (EPLI)
Protects the organization from employment practices. Depending on the policy, it provides coverage for issues such as wrongful termination, sexual harassment, and failure to promote or hire. Recent growth in employment practice litigation makes this coverage essential for not only organizations with employees, but organizations that enlist volunteers as well.
Anytime a professional is expected to possess skills and knowledge resulting from specialized training, you may need professional liability. Professional liability supplements general liability policies; it is similar to errors and omissions.