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Friday, November 8, 2019The BOP in BOP Insurance stands for Business Owners' Policy. It's a combination of different types of business insurance policies that usually includes commercial general liability insurance. What Does BOP Insurance Do? BOP insurance is designed to create a nearly complete package of insurance coverage for smaller businesses. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, April 23, 2019It’s no secret that roofing is one of the riskiest contracting jobs out there. That’s why small companies must work extra hard to protect themselves against potential accidents or lawsuits. Here’s what you need to know about the types of business insurance needed by roofing companies. READ MORE >>
Friday, December 21, 2018Computer installation and repair services deal with sensitive equipment. If you don’t do your job correctly, you put both the machines and their owners at risk. You might want your liability insurance to step in to cover potential losses you cause. You’ll likely need property damage liability insurance in these cases. READ MORE >>
Thursday, November 29, 2018You already know that you need insurance coverage for your business. But how much do you understand about the general liability process? How do you know what it covers, the different types of risk, and how your industry plays a factor? Here are four tips to keep in mind when purchasing general liability insurance. READ MORE >>
Friday, March 30, 2018A new business can be an exciting opportunity. It may be your dream to start one. Still, before you open your doors, you need to begin protecting that business. To do that, you need the right type of business insurance. A key component of that policy is general liability insurance. READ MORE >>
Monday, November 13, 2017Many businesses recognize the need to have a general liability insurance plan. It offers perhaps the most used form of business insurance. It protects the company from claims made against it. But, there is one form many do not always understand. That is contractual liability. What is it? Do you need it? READ MORE >>