Starting a new business includes many responsibilities, and you want to make sure your business risks are covered. As a business owner, you should consider buying business insurance, including liability insurance, to protect your business assets. Learn how liability coverage helps to protect Florida businesses.
Many business owners have come to rely on liability insurance to protect their assets. A commercial liability insurance policy can protect businesses from financial losses resulting from lawsuits following an accident and injury on the business premises.
Each business might have its own unique requirements for liability insurance, such as product liability, or professional liability – for those who provide services such as accountancy or financial planning. Professional liability coverage, for example, protects against the cost of lawsuits arising from a client alleging advice they were given resulted in financial losses.
When purchasing a new commercial liability insurance policy, coverage is usually set at a specific amount of money for the policy period. The types of products or services you provide, how long you have been in business, claim histories and the number of employees can affect the cost of insurance premiums.
Taking out a commercial liability policy is a good way to protect your business from risks and may make business owners feel a bit more secure knowing it is there. One of our insurance agents would be happy to discuss your business insurance needs and set you up with a policy.