Starting a business in Washington 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 Washington business
When you also have at least one employee
* Plus Workers Compensation
All standard plan benefits and:
Whether you’re looking to satisfy Washington requirements with workers comp and disability insurance or know insurance is the only way to protect your finances, we’ve got you covered.
An important policy that every business should consider, General Liability Insurance protects your Washington business from liability claims due to physical or bodily injury, damage to property, and slander or libel, as well as false or misleading advertising claims.
Commercial Property Insurance protects your business-owned physical assets including your building and its contents. Equipment, supplies, and inventory are all insured against common risks, such as fire, theft, vandalism, and water damage.
Workers' Compensation coverage pays for lost wages, medical expenses and rehabilitation costs due to work-related injuries or illnesses. Nearly all Washington state businesses are mandated to carry this policy.
Commercial Auto Insurance provides coverage for bodily injury and property damage liability, along with medical payments due to auto accidents. Washington state requires this policy for businesses that operate highway vehicles. Collision coverage is also available.
Group Health Insurance is a popular coverage choice to provide access to affordable healthcare for employees in Washinton. This benefit is deductible as a business expense without being taxable to your employees. Typical coverages include medical, surgical, and dental services.
Vehicles used primarily for business purposes in Washington require a Commercial Auto Insurance policy. Our coverage experts can advise you on the auto insurance needs for your specific business.
State law may require some insurance types, such as Workers' Compensation coverage and Commercial Auto Insurance. Washington businesses that aren't compliant can face penalties. Other insurance types protect your business against financial losses which could threaten your business's future.
Many Washington businesses start with $1 million per occurrence and $2 million aggregate limits. However, higher limits are available if desired or required. The goal is to protect your business against costly liability claims.
Documentation requirements vary depending on the insurance coverage being quoted. You may need vehicle info, revenue and employee payroll records, business property information, inventory value, and claims history.
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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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