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Small business insurance policies: How are they different?

Find out how commercial insurance policies differ and which ones will benefit your business.

How do small business insurance policies differ?

Business insurance covers many different risks. Some policies, like general liability insurance, cover incidents that can happen in any workplace, such as customer injuries. And all businesses that have employees likely need workers' compensation insurance to protect against work injuries and comply with state regulations.

Other policies are specific to professions. For example, businesses that sell or serve alcohol likely need liquor liability insurance. Accountants, consultants, and other professionals who rely on their expertise to serve clients may need professional liability insurance to defend against business disagreements that lead to legal action. If you are unsure which policies you need, Insureon's licensed agents can help you.

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