Insurance coverage and risk management solutions for companies in various industries.
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Different businesses have different insurance needs. We’ll thoroughly assess your business and situation to develop creative, comprehensive, cost-effective solutions that fit your needs.
Each industry has its own set of unique risks and requires specialized insurance to protect what matters most. Our insurance advisors have in-depth knowledge and experience with a variety of industries, including those featured below.
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Doctors and licensed staff face a high risk of being sued by patients for such things as claiming a wrong diagnosis or treatment. Some high claims settlements could even force the office or practice to close its doors.
Professional liability insurance, commonly known as medical malpractice insurance, can protect a doctor and other licensed staff from a lawsuit that could become quite costly.
Many medical offices unknowingly underestimate the costs associated with replacing medical equipment. It’s not uncommon to find out that there is not enough coverage to replace it, and sometimes it’s already too late.
With a business owners policy (BOP), most medical and general office equipment is included as business personal property and would be protected in the event of a covered loss. For specialized, high-valued equipment, a separate policy may be required. Your agent can help you to make that determination.
What would you do if a fire destroyed your patient records? Maintaining medical records is important not only for patient care, but also in the case of a potential lawsuit defense.
Medical records coverage can be included within a business owners policy. This protects your practice and covers the cost of recreating your paper or electronic medical records in the event of a loss.
What would you do if a fire impacted the operation of your practice? Or what if a pipe leak caused a system outage or extended downtime? These and other events can destroy your ability to treat patients and bring in revenue, which can have a major long-term impact on the viability of your practice.
Business interruption insurance compensates you for lost income if your practice cannot operate as normal due to damage that is covered under your commercial property insurance policy, such as fire or water damage. This type of insurance covers the revenue your practice would have earned, based on your financial records, had the incident not occurred. The policy also covers continuing operating expenses such as rent, electricity, and ordinary payroll.
With an estimated 800,000 healthcare workers suffering needlestick and sharps injuries each year, chances are you or someone you know has already been affected.
Workers’ compensation typically covers the cost for the employee’s initial blood test. That way, any resulting infections can be identified and treated much sooner. Employer’s liability insurance may also be considered to offer additional protection if your employee files a lawsuit. Check with your agent to see if your insurance coverage offers this type of protection.
The Internet has spun a whole new web of liability exposures. E-commerce, social networking, cloud storage, and other technologies bring great benefits to large and small practices alike. But with these benefits also come challenges, including protection of privacy, data, and the financial information of your customers.
Cyber liability insurance protects your practice in the event of unauthorized access to electronic data or software within your network. It also provides coverage for spreading a virus, extortion, accidental release of personal identifiable information and resultant damage caused by a lost or stolen laptop or other mobile device. This coverage is quickly becoming more and more important as you embrace technology to help run your practice.
Have you ever faced billing error allegations by the federal government or private payers?
Errors and omissions liability insurance can provide reimbursement for defense costs, fines and penalties, as well as shadow audit expenses incurred in billing error proceedings brought by government agencies, contractors, and commercial payers. This is typically a specialized type of coverage, so it’s important to check with your agent to determine if your current coverage is sufficient to addresses this exposure.
As a business owner, you've worked hard to build a solid practice. But what happens when the unexpected occurs? Are you covered?
A business owners policy is uniquely designed to protect your most important assets, including your practice, its continuation, and your way of life. Discuss the details of this coverage with your agent to ensure that you're protected.
Practices are susceptible to many risks, such as claims due to bodily injury, property damage, personal injury, and more.
General liability insurance is an absolute necessity for any practice. It provides broad coverage when you are deemed responsible and liable, and will also pay to defend any covered lawsuit or action, regardless of its merit. Additional limits are also available with a commercial umbrella insurance policy.
On average, it's estimated that three out of five businesses will be sued by their employees. While there is nothing you can do to prevent someone from filing a lawsuit, you can limit the costs of defending a legal claim with proper insurance coverage.
Obtain employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) to protect your practice and its directors, officers, and employees from alleged employment-related acts such as wrongful termination, failure to promote, discrimination, and sexual harassment.
If one of your employees receives an injury or becomes ill due to a work-related occurrence, you are required by law to have the proper coverage in place.
Workers’ compensation protects your employees in the event that a job related injury or sickness occurs during the course of their employment. This coverage is required by law, so be sure that your practice has it.
What would you do if one of your trusted employees were to be found guilty of doing something dishonest or if you find that the funds have been mismanaged in your pension plan?
Crime and fidelity coverage is designed to provide coverage for employee dishonesty, forgery and depository, theft, destruction, disappearance, and more. Fiduciary liability coverage also meets ERISA requirements to protect the funds in your pension plan.
Your healthcare practice’s refrigeration system may suffer a mechanical breakdown which could cause the supply of vaccines on hand to spoil.
Spoilage coverage can be provided as an added endorsement to your business owners policy. This type of coverage will protect your practice from large costs associated with perishable medicines and supplies.
What happens when your practice faces a large liability loss that exceeds the basic limit of your standard policy?
A commercial umbrella insurance policy provides high limits of insurance, typically between $2,000,000 and $10,000,000. Coverage is extended over your general liability insurance, workers' compensation, and business auto insurance. It provides a great safety net and helps ensure your practice is well protected.
Adventure and Entertainment Insurance
Your adventure and entertainment business can take many different forms. Maybe you offer ATV tours and ropes courses. Maybe you offer kayaking and ziplining. No matter the activities you offer, there’s one thing your business is sure to have—risk. You need adventure and entertainment insurance that offers coverage for your operation’s unique needs.
Owning a brewery can present unique risks. Specialty brewery insurance combines elements of liquor liability insurance, property insurance and general business insurance to develop one, simpler policy.
Because of the unique type of industry you are in, your distillery could take on the attributes of many other businesses. From production and storage to transportation and customer service, the variety of angles you work in creates a need for industry-specific insurance.
Child Care Center Insurance
Parents trust child care centers with their children from the earliest days. As with any facility that caters to the care of young ones, there are special risks in addition to the ordinary risks of running a business. Our specialized insurance policies will keep you covered.
A church is so much more than a place of worship—it's also a community center, an employer and oftentimes, a home. We offer customized insurance options that fit all of these unique needs.
Insuring a municipality can be complex. There are many different types of risks associated with running a city or township, including protecting its citizens. Keeping in mind what’s best for everyone and everything means having the proper coverage in place for every situation.
Contractor insurance isn't one-size-fits-all. A specialized policy allows you to easily customize and simplify your insurance coverage to ensure that your business' unique needs are protected.
Condo Building Insurance
Condo building insurance can be complicated. Specialty condo insurance recognizes the many different risk types and provides clarity regarding which parties are responsible for covering which risks.
The risks associated with owning a dealership are diverse, no matter what you sell. From workers' comp to coverage for customers' vehicles, we'll help you navigate the complexities and design a policy that keeps your business running smoothly.
Dental Office Insurance
Your patients’ teeth are your top priority. You take pride in knowing you’re providing the best care possible of every person who walks through your door. Staying up to date on news and trends in dentistry should be top of mind, not your insurance policies. Still, it’s imperative you cover your office’s unique risks with specialized dental office insurance.
It can be overwhelming to think about insuring your farm if it's both your home and your business. Farm insurance eliminates the confusion and allows you to simplify your insurance into a single policy.
Fitness Center Insurance
As a gym or fitness center owner, customer waivers are usually not enough to protect you from potentially damaging financial risks. A specialty fitness center insurance policy can fill the gaps.
Fleet insurance is the simplest way to cover all of the cars and trucks owned by your company with a single policy.
Garage Repair Shop Insurance
Garage repair shops face high financial risks simply because of the nature of the business. A specialty insurance policy can protect your garage repair shop from potentially devastating financial losses.
Golf Course Insurance
Golf is a relaxing pastime that many people enjoy, but operating a golf course isn't such a walk in the park! Specialty golf course insurance can protect your business from financial risks associated with property damage, extreme weather, liquor liability and much more.
For your guests, your hotel, motel, inn, or bed and breakfast is a home away from home. For you, it’s your livelihood. Having the proper hospitality insurance coverage to protect your business means taking care of what’s yours, as well as your guests and their belongings.
Landscaping Services Insurance
As a landscaper, you probably spend most of your day out with clients. While you’re on the road, the last thing you want on your mind is your insurance coverage. However, there are many reasons why a basic business insurance package just isn’t enough.
Landlord and Rental Property Insurance
Because properties can vary greatly in many ways, an off-the-shelf insurance package won’t likely be the right fit. Your location, building specifics, and the number of dwelling units all may factor into your insurance policies. It’s important to understand the unique nature of your risks based on the type of property you are insuring.
International Business Insurance
Conducting business outside the country comes with its own unique set of risks and liabilities. Coverage options vary, so our experts will sit down with you to determine what your business' needs are and how we can keep them protected.
Manufacturers come in all shapes, sizes and product lines. But no matter what type of manufacturing business you're in, there's one thing in common: the need to protect your business. We can help you design the right manufacturer's insurance policy.
Medical Office Insurance
Just as your patients need to maintain insurance coverage, so should you. Your medical office comes with a unique set of risks and a specialty medical office insurance policy can keep you protected against a loss.
Even though your organization's goal is to help people, you are still running a business. That means your non-profit needs to protect itself against the risks that small business owners face. We'll help you design a non-profit insurance policy that covers your organization's unique needs.
Pet Business Insurance
There are many different types of businesses in the pet industry. You might own a retail establishment, a non-profit that handles pet adoptions, a training business, or a grooming shop. You could even have a combination of specialties. Whatever services your business offers for pets and their owners, one thing is for certain. You need pet business insurance that offers coverage for the unique needs of your operation.
Professional Services Insurance
When your business handles services that are very personal, it's important to have the right insurance in place to protect your clients and your business. Professional services insurance is a great way to manage this.
Property Manager Insurance
If you manage residential or commercial properties, you face a diverse set of risks and potential losses. From liability issues to damage protection, we'll help you navigate the world of property manager insurance and design coverage that's a perfect fit.
Real Estate Investor Insurance
Real estate investment is an exciting, and sometimes risky, venture. There are unique liabilities and factors to consider when insuring your property. We'll help manage those risks and keep your investment protected.
Restaurants carry a very unique set of risks. We can customize a menu of insurance solutions to meet your specific needs. Reviewing the options and developing a plan for restaurant insurance coverage is the perfect recipe.
Retail Business Insurance
As a small business owner, you have a lot to think about. Customized retailer insurance coverage can help to take some of those worries off of your plate.
Schools can be a second home for the families they serve. Protecting this community hub is crucial. Having the right insurance in place for a school’s unique needs can make all the difference when an incident occurs.
Technology Firm Insurance
Technology firms face unique risks due to the nature of their work. Specific tech firm insurance can help to combat and prevent these risks.
Does your company make use of commercial trucks? If so, you may need to consider commercial trucking insurance, which covers more risks than your typical auto insurance would.
Veterinary Office Insurance
As a veterinary office, you’re tasked with maintaining the health of your clients’ furry family members. This very important and highly-specialized responsibility creates a need for proper veterinary office insurance to cover your unique needs.
Warehousing and Logistics Insurance
When you run warehouses and logistics, you’re faced with a lot of moving parts. From the inventory you store to your forklifts to your employees, a lot can go wrong in an instant, leaving your business to pick up the financial pieces. That’s why you need to invest in comprehensive warehousing and logistics insurance coverage to protect your business and make sure you’re covered.
Wholesaler and Distributor Insurance
As a wholesaler or distributor, your business has heightened risks because of the amount of stock kept onsite. A specialty wholesaler and distributor insurance policy protects you from the unique financial risks associated with this type of business.
Wineries have elements of many types of businesses – they’re part manufacturer, part event venue, and some may offer a wine bar that’s open to the public. Insurance for these unique risks requires specialized coverage.