Big or small, every business has assets they need to protect. That’s when business contents coverage plays an important role as part of a comprehensive commercial insurance policy.
There are two key components of commercial insurance: liability coverage and business contents coverage. Liability coverage protects your business from claims from third parties due to bodily injuries that occur on your premises, such as a client slips and falls at your office, or property damage caused by your products or business operation. Business contents coverage protects all of your company assets located inside your place of business, whether you rent premises, own your own building, or operate from a home office. The types of property or contents usually protected against damage, theft or loss include:
Depending on the type of business you’re in, there are many options that can be added to enhance this basic coverage to your specific needs. Common examples are:
To know more about options to fully protect the contents of your office, warehouse or company location, speak with Sean McNamara today at Mitchell & Whale Insurance Brokers. You can reach Sean at email@example.com or call 1-800-731-2228. I specialize in commercial insurance and would be happy to share my advice and provide no-obligation quotes.