Starting a business in Wyoming 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 Wyoming business
When you also have at least one employee
* Plus Workers Compensation
All standard plan benefits and:
Whether you’re looking to satisfy Wyoming requirements with workers comp and disability insurance or know insurance is the only way to protect your finances, we’ve got you covered.
General Liability insurance provides three coverage: bodily injury, property damage, and personal or advertising injury. It protects your business when someone takes legal action against you. You'll feel at ease knowing that this insurance is behind your back.
If you have a building, you probably have some things stored in it. Commercial Property insurance protects the building, its structure and the contents against a variety of things that could go wrong. This includes coverage against fire, theft and natural disasters.
Your employees are an asset to your business. In the unfortunate event that your employee gets injured on the job, Workers' Compensation is there to provide your employee with medical expenses, rehabilitation and lost wage, while covering your bottom line.
If you own or operate vehicles, Commercial Auto insurance offers benefits that are exclusively for your businesses. It has higher limits than a personal auto, and it protects your drivers, passengers and the equipment being transported.
When your business sells or serves alcoholic beverages, you can be held liable for the damages or injuries that were caused by those alcoholic beverages. While it may seem unfair to hold a business liable for the acts of unruly or intoxicated patrons, these incidents happen. And when it does, you'll be glad that your business is covered.
Wyoming laws require that your business must carry Workers' Compensation if you hire employees. This includes employees that are contracted for hire, unless they have independent insurance, and workers hired from another state to work with you in WY.
The state requires that you register your business and you must obtain a business license. We recommend that you check out the state website as they provide checklists on how to start a business in Wyoming.
Yes. But you have to carry a Commercial Auto insurance for that.
The state requires that you carry $10,000 for the property damage, $25,000 for bodily injury and up to $100,000 for the death of one or more people.
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