Protecting What Matters To You
All businesses have a need for some sort of business insurance.
Without proper coverage in place many businesses would face immediate financial ruin in the event of a loss. Even worse, the business owner could be held personally liable!
Business insurance is designed to protect you in the event of a sudden and unforeseen loss or damage to your own property, to third party’s property and to injuries caused by third party persons. Business insurance not only protects you from premises liability exposures but can also protect you from potential product liability exposures.
Business insurance protects your own business property including stock, equipment and tools. Another key feature of commercial insurance is Business Interruption Insurance. Business Interruption Insurance supports you when your business cannot operate as a result of a covered loss. It pays your fixed expenses and even employee wages until your business is back up and running.
Every commercial risk is different. No matter what business you are in- retail, office, contracting, realty, manufacturing, etc or even a home based business such as a hairdresser- Zehr Insurance Brokers can customize a business insurance policy to best suit your needs.
Types of Business Policies & Coverage
- Property Insurance
- Equipment Breakdown
- Business Interruption
- Commercial General Liability
- Professional Liability
- Errors & Omissions Liability
- Commercial Umbrella Liability
- Directors & Officers Liability
- Various Package Policies (ie. store, office, contractor)
- Individually Rated Commercial Automobile
- Fleet Rated Commercial Automobile
- Garage Policies
Speak to one of our specialized Commercial Insurance Brokers at any of our 7 offices for more information or a no-obligation quotation.
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