Don’t Take These Commercial Coverage Risks
Posted by East End Blogging Team
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Don’t gamble with your business insurance.
As a business owner, you want to protect your business from every threat that it faces. However, many business owners cut corners with their commercial coverage as a means of saving money. Unfortunately, when you gamble with your business insurance, you are probably going to lose out. Here are some of the commercial insurance risks that aren’t worth taking.
- Relying on Basic Policies Alone
Oftentimes, business owners carry basic general liability and commercial property policies and assume that they are sufficiently covered. While these two policies are a great place to start, relying on these base policies alone will leave your businesses vulnerable to many risks. Rather than allowing coverage gaps to derail your business’s operations, you should speak to your insurer to determine your company’s risks and to secure the additional policies that you need to address these risks.
- Forgoing Workers Compensation Insurance
While almost every state in the country requires business owners to carry workers compensation coverages for their employees, some small business owners try to get around this law when they only have one or two employees working for their company. However, forgoing workers comp coverage is a bad idea for many reasons. Because it is illegal, forgoing this coverage could mean fines, lawsuits, and other consequences. Additionally, if one of your employees does get injured, then paying their medical costs could cut into your profits significantly. So, rather than leaving your business open to all these risks, it’s better to simply secure the workers comp coverage that you need.
These are some of the business insurance gambles that you should never take. Ready to secure the comprehensive coverage that your business needs? Then contact the experts at East End Insurance Agency. We are ready to assist you with all your business insurance needs today.Tags: Don’t Take These Commercial Coverage Risks