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Category: Commercial Insurance

5 Questions About Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial auto insurance and personal auto insurance are not the same. If you are a business owner, our knowledgeable agency can help you find the coverage you need. The following are five important things any business owner should know about commercial auto insurance. What Is the Purpose of Commercial Auto Insurance? Commercial auto insurance is designed to protect your business from legal claims of property...

Do I Need Business Insurance Coverage If I Am A Freelancer?

If you are a freelancer, you may think your business is too small to need insurance. The fact is that a business of any size can benefit from protection against mishaps. Our knowledgeable agency can help you design a business insurance package that provides the coverage you need at the best available rates. Why Freelancers Need Business Insurance If you are an independent contractor, or...

Common Exclusions to Business Interruption Insurance

Business interruption insurance is designed to cover income lost when an event beyond your control forces you to close your business temporarily. This extra layer of protection goes beyond common business insurance policies. For example, if a fire in your office forces you to shut down temporarily, property insurance will cover the damage from the fire, but not the loss of income. The lost income...

Can Workers’ Comp Cover Injuries Developed Over Many Years?

Not all work-related injuries are caused by sudden accidents. Occupational diseases and cumulative trauma injuries can develop over time. Repetitive Stress Injuries If an employee is covered by workers’ compensation insurance, he or she should be entitled to receive compensation for repetitive stress injuries cause by overuse over a long period of time. Back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome are examples of this type of...

Commercial Insurance: Protection Against Lawsuits

If an unexpected accident takes place at your Pennsylvania facility or office, or a lawsuit is filed against your business that is related to a product or service, the general liability insurance you have in place should cover your losses, including the legal costs involved in defending against it. A general business insurance policy should cover you against injury lawsuits, false or misleading advertising lawsuits,...