State laws may require cannabis businesses to carry this coverage. It provides financial protection against common accidents, such as a slip-and-fall injury in a cannabis dispensary.
This policy covers legal defense costs if a product harms a customer or damages their property. It's recommended for growers, sellers, and distributors of cannabis products.
This policy covers the cost of replacing or repairing your business property if it is stolen, damaged, or destroyed. It's often required for a commercial lease.
As legalization of marijuana spreads, each state is establishing its own laws for cannabis insurance.
State laws typically require general liability insurance for all businesses in the cannabis industry, from cultivators to dispensaries. You'll need to research the laws in your state to find out how much general liability coverage you need.
Many states require cannabis businesses to carry a surety bond as part of their licensing requirements. A bond guarantees that your business will fulfill the terms of its contracts and pay its suppliers.
The specifics of your cannabis operations will determine other types of insurance coverage you need. For example, your landlord may require you to carry commercial property coverage.
If you run a dispensary, you can complete Insureon’s easy online application to get quotes from top U.S. carriers. For other cannabis businesses, you can call our dedicated agent to find insurance quotes for your budding business.