Starting a business in Nebraska opens the door to risks. You need insurance designed for your industry and business size. We customize plans for more than 20 industries. Pick coverage below to start a quote today.
Essential coverage for your Nebraska business
When you also have at least one employee
* Plus Workers Compensation
All standard plan benefits and:
Whether you’re looking to satisfy Nebraska requirements with workers comp and disability insurance or know insurance is the only way to protect your finances, we’ve got you covered.
If you own a small business in Nebraska, you'll want General Liability Insurance. This policy is the baseline for protecting your business against liability lawsuits. Coverages include bodily injury and personal injury liability, as well as property damage liability.
Commercial Property Insurance protects the physical assets of your Nebraska business, including your building and its contents. This coverage insures your real estate, machinery, equipment, supplies, and inventory against several common risks.
Workers' Compensation coverage provides for the medical care and lost wages of employees injured on the job. This coverage is required by law for most businesses in Nebraska that employ one or more full-time or part-time employees.
Commercial Auto Insurance provides liability coverage for bodily injury and property damage, coverages required by law in Nebraska, as well as offering medical payments coverage. Adding comprehensive and collision coverage fully insures your business vehicles up to your chosen coverage limits.
Nebraska businesses that offer advice to clients are at risk for liability lawsuits due to errors or omissions. Professional Liability Insurance provides essential protection against costly errors or oversights.
With a few exceptions, if you employ one or more part-time or full-time employees, Workers' Compensation coverage is required in Nebraska.
Nebraska businesses with vehicles are required to carry Commercial Auto Insurance with $25,000 bodily injury per person, $50,000 per accident, and $25,000 property damage. General Liability Insurance is also available for non-auto claims.
If a vehicle is used primarily for business purposes, a personal auto policy isn't likely to provide coverage, leaving your Nebraska business exposed to any liability due to the accident.
Insurance premium costs for your Nebraska business can be managed in many ways, including adjusting your chosen deductible amounts, safety-related discounts, or coverage changes following a full policy review.
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Being a small business presents several challenges that may need more assistance. While CoverWallet provides you the best insurance, you can also consider these references to further support your small business:
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