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Longwood, Florida 32779
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The Top 5 Insurance Policies To Protect Your Business

1. Commercial General Liability Insurance:

This insurance policy is essential for all businesses because it will cover the costs that are associated with settling claims that would include bodily injury, and property damaged. This is will be beneficial to perspective business partners and clients which enhances your reputation and enable you to secure more business.

2. Roofer's Insurance

Having extensive coverage and the right policy as a roofing company is essential to not only protect the livelihood of your business, but also your own personal finances and assets if a claim were to be made. With roofing, there are a wide range of risks that call for specific coverage depending on the size, specializations and services of your company that can be tailored to suit your specific needs.

3. Bonding Insurance

With a bonding insurance policy, which are increasingly growing more common in the municipal market today will provide the coverage you need including areas such as "Pay-Performance Bonds". This will bond any company that is doing any work for you. This will ensure that the basic performances and standards are met while protecting you from deficient products, bankrupt companies, and criminal negligence.

Other areas of a bonding Insurance policy include license bonds, permit bonds, and surety bonds. Each have their own specific coverage benefits that are customized per policy to gain efficient coverage that your company needs!

4. Director's and Officer's Insurance

Many businesses struggle with the question of whether or not this type of policy is necessary. To clarify the importance of this kind of policy, it protects small businesses who are being sued, keeping your assets and finances protected from the risk of losing them especially If you are a publicly owned company, it you borrow money, or if you have outside board members or shareholders which are subject to government regulation.

5. Contractors Insurance

Typically as a contractor, you will need to have effective insurance which usually specializes in construction, but also has proper coverage for other professions as well. With this policy you are generally covered for liability which comes with any type of construction job to protect your livelihood and keeps cost to a minimum in the event of damages or injury. Some policies in this field may also cover worker's compensation, bonds, disability, as well as coverage for trucks or other company commercial vehicles.

With these top 5 insurance policies to protect your business, you will find you are minimizing your risk for exposure to liabilities. This is will help you determine the best coverage options available for you as coverage and requirements become more and more complex each day.