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Insurance for Other Services

Several business types just don't fall under a traditional title. All of these businesses are unique and have unique insurance needs. For example, a personal trainer may need Professional Liability Insurance to mitigate the risk of offering advice to clients, who may end up injured, while a Handyman will need Workers Compensation Insurance to mitigate the risk of injury while on the job.

Read on to learn more about the insurance needs for these diverse business types.

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Business Owners Policy (BOP)

An insurance plan good for small to medium-sized businesses, BOP packages together elements of General Liability and Commercial Property. Depending on the carrier, a Business Owners’ Policy plan may include elements of Crime Insurance and EPLI.

Professional Liability

This insurance is great for businesses who offer advice to their clients. Professional Liability Insurance specifically covers a business from being liable should an error or omission occur, that leads to a financial loss for the customer.

Errors & Omissions (E&O)

This insurance provides a business with protection should a mistake have been made while delivering professional services. Your General Liability policy will not provide you with this level of protection, so if your company gives advice or provides contracting services you may need this insurance.

Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice coverage is liability insurance that protects physicians and other licensed medical professionals from liability associated with wrongful practices resulting in medical expenses and property damage, bodily injury, as well as legal costs related to patient claims.

Umbrella Insurance

Umbrella Liability can be a great solution for a business that needs more liability coverage than what is offered in their General Liability, Employer’s Liability or Auto Liability Plan. Umbrella coverage can be purchased as a standalone policy or can be bundled with a General Liability policy.

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