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Commercial insurance, also known as business insurance, is a type of insurance coverage designed to protect businesses and their assets from various risks and liabilities.


It provides financial protection in the event of unexpected events or losses that could disrupt business operations or lead to financial hardship. Commercial insurance policies can be tailored to meet the specific needs of different types of businesses and industries.

Types Of Policies


Protects a business's physical assets, including buildings, equipment, inventory, and furniture, against risks such as fire, theft, vandalism, and natural disasters.


Covers legal responsibilities arising from injuries to other people or damage to their property. This includes general liability insurance, product liability insurance, and professional liability insurance (errors and omissions).


Covers vehicles used for business purposes, providing protection against accidents, injuries, and property damage involving company-owned vehicles.


Provides coverage for medical expenses and lost wages for employees who are injured or become ill while on the job. It also helps protect businesses from lawsuits related to workplace injuries.


Offers financial protection against losses caused by business interruptions, such as natural disasters or other events that force a temporary closure. It typically covers lost revenue and ongoing expenses during the interruption.


Protects businesses from the financial consequences of data breaches and cyberattacks. This coverage can include expenses related to notifying affected parties, legal defense, and costs associated with recovering from a cyber incident.


Protects businesses from lawsuits related to employment practices, including allegations of discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, and other employment- related issues.


Provides protection for the personal assets of company directors and officers in case they are personally sued for alleged wrongful acts in managing the company.

Commercial insurance, also known as business insurance, is a type of insurance coverage designed to protect businesses and their assets from various risks and liabilities.

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Also known as errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, it protects professionals (such as consultants, lawyers, and accountants) from liability arising from professional mistakes or negligence.


Product Liability Insurance is a type of insurance coverage that provides protection to businesses in the event that their products cause harm or injury to consumers. It is designed to cover legal expenses, settlements, and judgments associated with product-related claims.


Commercial Crime Insurance is a type of insurance coverage designed to protect businesses from financial losses resulting from criminal activities such as theft, embezzlement, fraud, forgery, and other crimes committed by employees or third parties.


Environmental Liability Insurance, often referred to as Pollution Liability Insurance, is a type of insurance coverage that provides protection for businesses and individuals against financial losses arising from environmental liabilities.


Truck for-hire insurance, often referred to as Commercial Truck Insurance or For-Hire Truck Insurance, is a specialized type of insurance coverage designed for businesses or individuals


"Specialty insurance" is a broad term that encompasses various types of insurance coverage designed to address unique or specific risks that may not be adequately covered by standard insurance policies.

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Offers additional liability coverage beyond the limits of primary liability policies, providing extra protection in case of large and costly lawsuits.


Covers the cost of repairing or replacing business equipment that breaks down due to mechanical or electrical failure.


Protects businesses against losses caused by employee dishonesty, theft, or fraud.

The specific needs of a business will determine the types and amounts of commercial insurance required. Business owners should carefully assess their risks, industry regulations, and legal obligations to ensure they have comprehensive coverage. Working with an experienced insurance agent or broker can help businesses customize their insurance portfolios to address their unique risks and vulnerabilities.

Annagard Insurance Agency is always here for all your insurance needs. Please feel free to call us at any time, we will be delighted to speak with you.

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