Don't leave everything to chance; keep yourself protected with an insurance
You’ve taken a big risk by starting your own business. Let us help you protect and grow that business with insurance customized to help meet your needs. We at Sarvey Insurance will assess your business and provide cost-effective solutions that keeps your business protected.
Most businesses will need a business owner’s policy (BOP). A BOP combines business property, business liability and business income insurance in one policy.
You’ve worked hard for the success of your business — and a single unfortunate event could put its assets at risk if the cost of a covered claim exceeds the limits of your business liability insurance.
Workers’ compensation insurance covers medical costs and lost wages for work-related injuries and illnesses.
General liability insurance protects you and your business from “general” claims involving bodily injuries and property damage.
In today’s complex operating environment, D&O claims brought by stakeholders such as shareholders, customers, vendors, competitors, suppliers, regulators, and creditors, present increased risk for companies across all industries.
As a businessowner, you need insurance coverages for the cars, trucks, vans or other vehicles you use in your business as you do for vehicles used for personal travel.
The place you do business says a lot about your success. Maybe your wholesale company acquired a second warehouse.
Because every construction project is unique, each builder’s risk policy is different.
Employment-related risks are among a business’s most potentially damaging exposures, often centering around sexual harassment, wrongful termination, or discrimination.
Serving alcohol at a special event or owning a business that serves alcohol always involves an element of risk.
Whether you’re an event planner, marketing agency, or just a family throwing an elaborate wedding, special event insurance can step in when you’re sued over the property damage, accidents, or injuries that crash your party.
To run your business, you need guarantees for contracts and other financial obligations. A surety bond is a promise to be liable for the debt, default, or failure of another.
Medical facilities are susceptible to liability lawsuits, property damage, and cyberattacks. Medical office insurance can protect your small business from these high cost risks and more.
Mistakes happen. But even an innocent error on your part could lead to a client bringing a lawsuit against you for negligence.
The Wholesaler & Distributor industry comes with numerous complex risks.
Most maturing small businesses have a core group of key individuals who are absolutely essential to the profitable operation of the company.
Client lawsuits are more common than you think; it’s estimated that 43% of small business owners have reported being threatened with or involved in a civil lawsuit.
Restaurants, coffee shops and other food service businesses have their fair share of headaches. A lawsuit from a customer who falls on a wet floor shouldn’t be one of them.
Imagine the possibilities! Whether you’re a technology product company with an idea, or IT Contractor, we’ve got your back.
Business interruption insurance is insurance coverage that replaces business income lost in a disaster. The event could be, for example, a fire or a natural disaster.
Earthquakes can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage due to the intensity with which they strike.
Commercial truck insurance is essential coverage for a small business or an owner-operator offering trucking services.
With increased natural disasters, weather conditions in the area where the building is located have also become an essential factor in determining the cost of commercial property insurance.
If your business sells, services, stores, or parks automobiles, your General Liability Insurance coverage may not be enough to protect you from lawsuits.
You’re responsible for every product you make and sell as a business owner. If one of those products is faulty or causes some injury, your business could be held accountable for the consequences.
It might be time to switch insurers whenever the service that your existing insurer provides doesn’t meet your needs. For example, if you have a poor claims experience or an unexplained rate increase, it might be time to consider other options
If you cancel a previous policy before a new policy is effective, you could run into some serious financial problems.
Contact us today to help you with multiple options to choose from.