Eden Prairie General Liability Insurance
Every business in Saint Paul must consider the standard asset protection provided with general liability insurance plans to effectively protect financial assets when faced with various types of liability claims. Plombon Insurance insurance experts can help any sized business determine the coverage most appropriate to their needs which may include:
- Property damage coverage
- Personal injury protection
- Fire liability
- Liability due to errors in operations and / or products
- Casualty coverage
- Employment practices liability
Since the insurance requirements for each business will vary, discussing your particular needs with an experienced and knowledgeable insurance broker is essential. Plombon Insurance specialists customize general liability policies for businesses, from the mom and pop shop to large corporate entities.
What Type Of General Liability Coverage Does Your Saint Paul Business Require?
Even a small home based business requires the protection of commercial liability insurance for damages that a home policy will not cover. Don’t wait until you are liable for losses incurred from a business related situation to find out about the type of insurance policy you presently own has insufficient coverage. The experienced advisers at Plombon Insurance clarify your existing general liability plans and make practical recommendations that protect your assets in the event of an accident, unforeseen loss or damages.
Not All General Liability Insurance Policies Are Created Equally
Plombon Insurance can verify that your standard liability policy includes coverage for:
- Employee injuries
- Professional Negligence
- Damages due to alcohol consumption
- Product Liability
General commercial liability insurance is essential but may not cover all of the risks associated with your particular commercial enterprise. Ask Plombon Insurance about creating a bundled insurance package for cost effective protection that is specifically designed for the needs of your business.
There is no time like the present
It is all too common for small business owners to put off getting the right kind of insurance that they require. There are many excuses:
- I have more important things to do
- I can’t afford it
- My current coverage should be enough
- My business just started
- I will get to it when business picks up
All you need to know is that when an accident occurs all you will be left with is a handful of excuses and financial burden that your company may not be able to recover from.