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Commercial Automobile Insurance: Protect your business vehicles against liability and damage with a commercial auto insurance policy.
Commercial Umbrella Policies: Enhance your existing business policies with umbrella insurance coverage to provide an added layer of security in the event that all other liability coverage limits have been reached.
Condo Association Insurance: Condominium associations can find comprehensive property and liability insurance policies tailored to their specific needs.
Cyber Insurance: Defend your company against data breaches involving sensitive customer information with a cyber insurance policy.
Non-Profit Insurance: Non-profit organizations have a unique set of needs, which is why an insurance policy designed specifically for such businesses can be crucial to protect it against a variety of risks.
Religious Order: Faith-based non-profit organizations have a distinct set of needs and risks which is why religious order insurance policies offer protection against liability associated with professional services, damage to historic or otherwise significant property, and governance and information risks in addition to property damage and other issues.
Restaurant Insurance: The restaurant industry can be a vulnerable business when it comes to lawsuits. Restaurant insurance policies help protect against a wide variety of risks and protect its financial stability.
Professional Liability: Also known as errors and omissions insurance (E&O), professional liability policies cover you and your company if a mistake is made in your professional services.
Employment Practices Liability Insurance: Employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) provides employers with coverage against claims for employment-related issues made by employees such as discrimination, wrongful termination, and harassment.
Inland Marine Insurance: If your business ships or transports products, materials, and equipment on land, consider an inland marine insurance policy to enhance coverage offered by a standard business owners policy (BOP).
Liquor Liability Insurance: This type of coverage is designed to protect bars, restaurants, caters, liquor stores, and breweries and wineries from liability related to an intoxicated guest. Also known as dram shop insurance, liquor liability insurance should be considered for any business or organization that intends to sell, distribute or serve alcohol.