We mind our own business…and yours.
All businesses require some sort of minimum coverage to provide basic liability safeguard against things like injuries, property damage, accidents and lawsuits. These basic coverage are referred to as General Liability Insurance.
From there a multitude of options present themselves as you business grows. Do you have company vehicles that you or your employees drive? Do you have commercial buildings? Does your profession require you or your employees to carry professional liability coverage?
We know business insurance inside and out. GHB will help you manage risk and protect your sweet assets.
We sort through the “what ifs” of:
- General Liability
- Commercial Building & Auto
- Errors & Omissions
- Directors & Officers
- Third-party Liability
- Business Interruption
- Key Man & Buy/Sell
General Liability (CGL) – This is a standard insurance liability policy that is issued to organizations to protect them against property damage and bodily injury that arises can arise out of your business operations. Including advertising and personal injury.
Commercial Building and Auto – Commercial property covers losses that occur from perils such as fire, theft and storms. Commercial Auto covers business vehicles and drivers.
Errors and Omissions – Professional liability coverage that protects companies and their employees by claims made by clients for inadequate or negligent work.
Directors and Officers – Reimbursements or advancements payable to the Directors and Officers or organization if organization suffers costs as a result of of lawful action or allegation brought against the company.
Bonds – There are a variety of surety bonds, that operate differently, including the most popular, Contractor’s. Simply put, Bonds provide a guarantee.
Third-party Liability – purchased by an insured (the first party) from an insurer (the second party) for protection against the claims of another (the third) party. The first party is responsible for its own damages or losses whether caused by itself or the third party.
Business Interruption – This type of insurance covers the loss of income due to a disaster related closing of the business.
Key Man – A company purchases and life insurance policy and pays the premium on a key employee. They are the beneficiary if the key person dies.
Buy/Sell agreement – Where the business buys life insurance policies on the owners.