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Lakeshore Insurance Solutions offers a number of commercial insurance products through a vast selection of top-rated carriers to ensure all of your business assets are properly covered, and covered at the best possible rates available today.
Business Owners Insurance
- Liability Coverage In Your BOP
Liability Coverage in a BOP is similar to what you may find in a commercial general Liability policy.A BOP may be more limited in its range of coverage than what is available in a stand-alone policy. Premiums for an average small business are very reasonable. You should be sure to explain all areas of your business to make sure every exposure is covered. The insurance company will offer additional coverages as an add-on to the BOP. At times you may need to purchase an additional policy to cover exposures not available on the BOP.
- Property Insurance Coverage In Your BOP
Property insurance coverage will be included in the BOP, including buildings, personal property, inventory, etc. Others coverages to consider are business interruption, equipment breakdown, ordinance or law, sewer and water backup, property of others, signs, money, securities and employee dishonesty.
- Special BOP Programs
Many insurance companies offer special programs for target markets. Some common business are restaurants, hotels, offices, metalworkers, well drillers and churches. Frequently insurance companies will partner with trade associations to offer members increased benefits and premium considerations.