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Getting The Right Insurance For Your Business

Getting The Right Insurance For Your BusinessA Step-By-Step Guide For Tailoring Your Business Policy As a business owner, you have poured blood, sweat and tears (quite possibly literally) into building up your business. You probably breathed a deep sigh of relief when you realized you could safeguard your biggest investment with comprehensive coverage. Your insurance is designed to ensure that no matter what comes, you will not be capsized. If, however, you have a gap in your coverage, you may be leaving yourself and your business vulnerable. Use these steps to ensure you have the right level of coverage.
  1. Appraise Your Risks: It might make you break out in a cold sweat, but commit yourself to sitting down and evaluating every worst-case scenario your business could face. Consider what a disgruntled client, thoughtless or even malicious employee, or natural disaster could bring. It will feel stressful at the time, but only once you fully understand your risk you can eliminate it.
  2. Appraise Your Coverage: Sit down with your current commercial insurance coverage. Does it cover the risks you have outlined? What kind of natural disasters are covered? Are you covered against errors and omissions?
  3. Appraise Savings Potentials: Connect with your insurance agent to go over your risks and where you see your policy covering—or not covering—them. Ask about a business owner’s policy (BOP) or bundling coverage to see if you can save on your premiums by combining policies.
Are you looking for a local insurance team to come alongside you, take the time to understand your business, and help you get the right level of coverage at the right price? Serving Menifee, Murrieta, and all of California, contact Carver Insurance Services, Inc. for all of your commercial insurance needs. Our educated, dedicated team is here to ensure you never have a gap in your coverage leaving your business exposed.

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