Businesses come in all sizes, from the three-person shop down the street to the Fortune 500 companies across the country, but there are none more important than your own.
Business liability insurance is designed to protect your business if you are sued for something it did – or didn’t do – which resulted in bodily injury or property damage. It can also protect you from loss caused by products you manufacture, sell or distribute, and cover errors or omissions for professional services.
Studies have shown that when property is damaged or destroyed, it could take more than a year for a business to return to its pre-loss income levels.
Commercial property insurance covers the physical assets of your business such as: Buildings and other structures; Furniture, equipment, and supplies; Data processing equipment and media (including computers) and more.
The potential liability exposure for business vehicles is enormous. A personal auto insurance policy is probably of no use if an employee is involved in an accident.
Court settlements or losses that exceed your liability coverage could devastate your business – unless you’re protected with a commercial umbrella or excess liability insurance policy.
Workers' Compensation insurance provides financial security for your business if an employee is injured or becomes ill from job-related situations.
Statewide stands ready to get the bond your company needs, when it needs it, no matter how big or small your business might be.
Competition is fierce to hire and hold the talented people a successful business needs to survive. Statewide Insurance Group excels in helping corporate clients design, communicate, and prepare benefit packages that will protect your most valuable assets and their families.
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