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Business insurance is essential for any type of business because of the security it offers you, your employees, and your customers. There are a variety of different factors affecting your company finances that you can anticipate and predict, but business liability claims and property damage are often sudden and unexpected. If a customer who is hurt on your premises decides to sue your business or if a natural disaster damages your work building, your funds could suffer great losses.
Business insurance makes sure your insurance company covers the costs of liability claims and replacing damaged assets instead of your funds. It also makes your business a more attractive workplace and business partner. Business insurance gives workers benefits by providing worker’s compensation for employees who are unable to work because of work-related injuries or illnesses. Furthermore, potential business partners might have an easier time trusting companies that have mitigated risk by obtaining business insurance. Some businesses even require it in their business contracts.
In many states, certain types of business insurance are not optional. Every state other than Texas requires businesses to have worker’s compensation insurance. Commercial auto insurance is also required in case vehicles owned by a business are involved in an auto accident. Even in cases when the law does not require a type of business insurance, it is a wise and worthwhile investment to protect your funds, your customers, and your employees. By insuring yourself against unexpected losses, you have the freedom to pursue company goals without worrying too much about potential risks.
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Robert W. Gray has been a trusted name in business and law for over 25 years. As CEO of Insurety Capital, Robert W. Gray has helped businesses grow into profitable enterprises by providing operating capital and financial solutions to liquidity problems. Follow Robert W. Gray on his Twitter.