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Business Interruption Insurance

Business interruption insurance covers a business for the loss of income or the additional expenses that can result from a forced shutdown period. A forced shutdown might be the result of a separately insured event, such as a fire or other covered disaster. If your business is forced to shut down while the property is repaired or rebuilt, it would still have ongoing expenses. For instance, loan payments, taxes, or key employee salaries would need to continue, along with certain possible additional expenses, such as furniture or equipment leasing, rent for temporary quarters, or the overtime pay required to return operations to normal.
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Workers' Compensation

Are you Covered? Workers' compensation is an insurance program that provides workers with insurance protection against disability or death that occurs during work. This could include a workplace injury or occupational disease. Employees who are injured or disabled on the job receive a fixed monetary award that generally eliminates the need for litigation. Many states allow qualified businesses to self-insure for part or all of the claims. Some states allow smaller companies to form groups to self-insure, that is, pool their risk and liabilities with other companies. Federal employees and interstate commerce workers are protected under federal workers' compensation statutes.
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Business Owners Policy (BOP)

A business owners policy (BOP) can insure small and medium-size businesses against multiple business perils by providing property, liability, and business interruption insurance coverage. It is a type of commercial package policy and is designed for relatively small retail businesses, certain processing and service businesses, and businesses that operate out of small office, condominium, or apartment buildings. The typical landlord or business owner who has a business owners policy has a single location business, with predictable risks and, at most, a moderate level of insurance exposure. The property coverage includes buildings and business owned personal property. The liability coverage includes bodily injury, property damage, personal injury, and advertising injury.
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Business Insurance

Insurance As you would expect, business insurance includes policies of insurance (such as fire insurance) procured by your business to protect its physical assets. It also includes various forms of liability insurance similar to what you might have for your home and personal vehicle. The wide range of available insurance products offers your company more than just protection.
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The Precarious Fate of Traditional Retail

Up to 25% of the nation’s 1,200 malls could close by 2022 primarily aging properties in less prosperous communities. The rise of e-commerce has been disruptive force for many brick-and-mortar retailers, with store closures, restructurings, and bankruptcies making the news on a regular basis. Why is 2017 turning out to be such a tough year for retailers?
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About Commercial General Liability

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Insuring Your Home Business

If you have recently started your own business and work out of your home, you'll probably need to upgrade your insurance program. At-home business owners often make the mistake of assuming that their homeowners policy covers their business equipment. In fact, your homeowners policy may include little or no coverage for your business property and business liability exposure. You also should consider the need for business interruption insurance, workers' compensation coverage, and business automobile coverage. Finally, you should examine your need for life, health, and disability insurance.
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Key Employee Life and Disability Insurance

Key Employee Insurance You've got a great group working for you now, and business is good. You know that much of that success is due to one or two key people with both skills and personalities that are hard to match. Suppose they were injured and out of work for a while, or suppose they died? Would your business survive? Key employee life and disability insurance coverage can help make sure that it does.
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Properly Insuring Your Business

No matter how careful you are in running your business, accidents happen. And no matter how big or small your business, you'll have to plan for these and other risks if you want your business to thrive. One way to do this is with insurance.
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Why Insure Your Business.

Insurance Your business represents a substantial investment of your ideas, time, and money (in addition to your sweat and elbow grease). Because your business faces a variety of risks and perils (e.g., property damage, theft, personal injury claims, and natural disasters), you'll want to protect your investment.
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