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Commercial Property insurance covers losses to tangible property, such as buildings, furniture, fixtures, inventory, contents and equipment. It can also cover consequential losses, such as the loss of business income, rents and extra expenses. Damage can result from a variety of perils including fire, vandalism, theft, windstorm, and others. Natural disasters, such as hurricane and flood, can be purchased separately.
Commercial General Liability (CGL)
CGL insurance is designed to protect business owners and operators from third parties resulting from a wide variety of liability exposures resulting in bodily injury or property damage. Exposures could include liability arising from accidents resulting from the insured's premises or operations, products sold by the insured, operations and projects completed by the insured, contractual liability, and personal and advertising injury liability.
Business Auto liability insurance provides coverage if an insured is legally liable for bodily injury or property damage to third parties caused by the ownership, operation, or use of your vehicles. The Business Auto policy may also include Collision coverage to protect damage to your vehicles resulting from a collision or contact with another object, or Comprehensive coverage to protect you from damage or loss of your vehicle from something other than a collision, such as fire, flood, hail, theft, or cracked windshield.
Workers Compensation and Employers Liability
This is an insurance policy that provides coverage for an employer's two key exposures arising out of injuries sustained by employees. In most circumstances, it is required by law. Part One of the policy covers the employer's statutory liabilities under workers compensation laws, and Part Two of the policy covers liability arising out of employees' work-related injuries that do not fall under the workers compensation statute. In most states, the standard workers compensation and employers liability policy published by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) is the required policy form.