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businessHaving a business establishment can be rewarding and exciting, but it also comes with its share of liabilities. While the corporate veil can provide substantial personal legal protection, your business is certainly prone to different risks. Without having adequate insurance coverage, your business is prone to different financial and legal issues such as loss of business or even bankruptcy.

 

Here are some of the reasons why your business needs to have business liability insurance:


A Single Event Can Put Your Business in Jeopardy

A single event is often all it takes to drastically affect a small business’ future. Whether it's a small omission in a business contract, a customer who slips resulting in costly medical expense, or a human resources issue with an employee, a single incident can ruin your financial and legal well-being. However, with the right kind of liability insurance, your business can be adequately safeguarded against unforeseen and unexpected.


Life's Unpredictability

Although you might put every measure in place to safeguard your customers, business, and employees, life is still unpredictable and unexpected things happen. However, if you are prepared for the unknown with liability insurance coverage, then you can operate your business with peace of mind instead of hopelessly walking around praying that nothing happens.


Don't Keep Your Hopes Up On Corporate Shields

Business owners might think that their business and personal items are safe because they are covered by the corporate veil. And without this level of protection, your personal assets and everything related to your business might be at stake. But the corporate veil does nothing to protect the business itself from litigation risk.


There Is No Comprehensive Policy

The fact that you have a general liability doesn't mean that you have unlimited coverage for any issues that might arise. For instance, the policy doesn't help you when your workers get injured at work. The same case applies to property damage costs as they are often handled in a separate property policy. That said, you should understand that regardless of the policy you have in place, not everything will be covered, so you need to thoroughly understand what your potential exposures are by working with your insurance broker.


Customized Plan to Suit Your Need

If you are in search of business insurance, you might be wondering where to look at. There are different options when it comes to business insurance, but the basic types should include errors and omissions, workers compensation, and business owner's policy (general liability).


Depending on the combination of policies you choose, it's important to ensure that your personal assets, customers, employees, and business assets are protected. Also, try to avoid mistakes that could result in you losing assets or money over small issues on a policy which is technically a contract with your insurance carrier. Working with a seasoned group of brokers is the easiest way to ensure that your business is carrying all of the coverages and insurance policies needed to adequately protect the company in any event that the future may hold.

 

If you aren't fully satisfied with your current service, please feel free to reach out to Jeff for a talk on how we can improve your business management. You can also call our office to get even quicker access to an expert at 888-279-9701

 

Still unsure of what you need? We can walk you through it or you can get some starter info here.

References

https://www.sba.gov/blogs/general-business-liability-insurance-how-it-works-and-what-coverage-right-you

http://smallbusiness.chron.com/liability-insurance-business-939.html

http://emrochandkilduff.com/social-security-disability-attorneys-ssdi/

https://www.forbes.com/sites/thesba/2012/01/19/13-types-of-insurance-a-small-business-owner-should-have/#13906dc720d3


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