3 Ways To Protect Your Business From The Coronavirus
We've got three policies to make your business pandemic-proof.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of daily
life, limiting everything from our ability to socialize all the way to
our ability to work, shop and keep the economy moving. As a result,
businesses large and small are facing forced closures, fewer
customers, and supply chain disruption.
In the midst of all this economic upheaval, commercial insurance
is a solution that can offer your business a measure of security and
some much-needed peace of mind.
Acceptance Insurance offers a variety of commercial insurance policies
that can provide coverage for lost business income. Here are some
policies most likely to cover coronavirus-related losses:
- Business Owner's Policy
Were you forced to
close your business because someone at your location or the location
of one of your suppliers was infected with COVID-19? This package
policy could cover your property (building and contents), business
interruption, liability exposure and evacuation costs.
- Commercial Property Insurance
building suffer damage due to a lack of maintenance during the
outbreak? This policy could cover the damage or destruction of your
buildings, equipment, inventory, losses and repairs.
- General Liability Insurance
This policy could
protect you against lawsuits by infected guests or customers who
claim your business didn't provide reasonable protection against
contracting the COVID-19 or warn them of the risk of exposure.
If any of these circumstances apply to you, reach out to us for more
information on getting coverage with one of these
commercial insurance policies.* If you're already a customer, reach out to our call center at
866.641.6352 or contact your local agent to discuss your existing
coverage. If you're not a customer, you can call 866.641.6352 or
submit a request for quote on our website. Keep in mind - we shop other carriers to get you the best price on
the coverage you need.
There are more ways to get help if you're not currently covered or
can't get coverage. If your business has been forced to close or has
been otherwise affected by the coronavirus,
check out this list
of government agencies, private companies and nonprofit organizations
that are ready to support you.
*We can't promise that every customer or every business concern will
be covered by a commercial insurance policy.