Your policy limits and the value of your business property influence the cost of inland marine insurance.
The median premium for inland marine insurance is $169 per year (less than $15 per month). The median offers a more accurate estimate of what your business is likely to pay than the average because it excludes outlier high and low premiums.
The median generic limit for inland marine insurance is $5,000. The higher the generic limit of coverage, the higher the premium. Professionals with expensive equipment choose higher limits and pay more for increased protection.
For example, landscapers, installation professionals, cleaning services, and contractors choose a $5,000 limit – and pay $169 in premiums. Photo and video professionals choose higher generic limits (the median is $86,000) and thus pay a higher premium ($579). Consultants and building design professionals such as architects and engineers who use more expensive equipment pay even higher premiums.
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Insurance premiums vary based on the policies a business buys. See our small business insurance cost overview or explore costs for a specific policy.