If your small business provides a professional or creative service, gives advice or recommendations to customers, or consults on technical topics, then you need business insurance coverage.
These are just some examples of professional services that should be protected:
Errors & omissions (E&O)
If a client claims that your advice caused a financial loss, this coverage can help you cover legal expenses and damages that cost your client money. If you’re a professional in the technology sector, ask us about tech errors and omissions insurance.
Any incident that results in an injured customer could lead to legal action and expensive lawsuits. Commercial General Liability coverage can help you recover from these costs.
Businesses that provide advice run on devices that can get damaged or stolen – Commercial Property insurance can help you protect the things inside your office and pay for the costs to replace them when a covered loss occurs.
Cyber event expense insurance
If your business uses software or online tools for day-to-day operations, then your business is at risk of cybercrime. Cyber coverage can help you recover from expenses caused by cybercrime.
If you have a car that you or employees use to go to meetings, commercial auto insurance can help you protect the items you’re transporting – like devices and documents.
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