Businessowners Policy (BOP)
Property insurance. Liability insurance. Business income insurance.
A businessowners policy, also known as BOP insurance, combines various insurance coverage with additional protection into one convenient package. If you’re not sure what coverage is right for your business, or have not considered a BOP, learn how a BOP insurance policy can protect your business.
Still not sure if you need a businessowners policy (BOP)?
Ask yourself these simple questions:
- Is your business located outside of your home?
- Do you have fewer than 100 employees and less than $5 million in sales?
- Do you have property or equipment you need to protect?
- Do you want to protect the investments you've made in your business?
What does a BOP cover?
Insure against physical damage to your business property.
Provides a medical limit if a customer or patron were injured due to your negligence. Also provides defense if you are named in a lawsuit.
Can cover your loss of income due to a decrease or temporary shutdown of normal operations caused by physical damage to your property.
Covers damages caused by mechanical breakdown.
Additional coverage options to consider
Protect your business against losses caused by the inability to collect payment from a customer.
Protect your business vehicles and your employees when they drive on company time.
Covers loss of money, securities or assets due to theft, fraud or forgery.
Get coverage for computer attacks and damage to electronic data and computer systems. Also offset the effects of your database being hacked or getting a virus.
Covers your business if an employee claims their legal rights have been violated.
Covers your business if a client claims your errors resulted in their financial loss.
Covers products, materials and equipment while they are transported or being used away from your business location.
Provides an affordable extra layer of liability to cover costs that exceed your other liability limits.
Provides medical benefits and wage replacement to employees that are injured on the job.
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