BUSINESS INSURANCE OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma Insurance License: 10012151
Over the last few years, Oklahoma's payroll growth rates have consistently ranked in the country's top five. As a small-business owner, you've contributed to that growth and have taken advantage of Oklahoma's pro-business environment.
To protect the business you built from the ground up, you can invest in small business insurance, which covers unexpected costs that could otherwise sink your business. Whether it's an ice storm that damages your building or a Workers' Comp lawsuit, small business insurance can pay for unexpected costs to keep your business up and running.
Oklahoma Savings Tips
- Are you paying too much for business insurance? Shopping for the best rate is smart, but it can be time-consuming. Insureon makes it quick and easy to compare rates. Just complete a single online application for all the coverage your Oklahoma business needs, and we'll send you multiple quotes in 24 hours or less.
- Did you know that you can add millions in coverage to certain insurance policies for an affordable annual rate? For example, if your client contract calls for $2 million in general liability insurance, but your policy includes just $1 million, an excess or umbrella insurance policy can fill the gap, and it's cheaper than you might think.
- In Oklahoma, most businesses are required by law to carry workers' compensation insurance—but there are exceptions and exemptions. To learn whether your business is required to carry coverage, and how you can reduce your costs, contact the Oklahoma workers' compensation experts at Insureon.
Oklahoma Business Insurance Licensure Information
In Oklahoma, insurance agents, agencies and brokers are licensed by the Oklahoma Insurance Department. Insureon is licensed in Oklahoma as BIN Insurance Holdings LLC (NPN 15752926) for Property & Casualty Insurance (License #10012151) and for Surplus Lines (License #10012151). Verify our licensure with the Oklahoma Insurance Department Licensee Look-up.
Oklahoma Business Links
- NOAA National Climatic Data Center: Annual average number of tornadoes, 1953–2004
- PAH Webmaster (2005-11-02): 1925 Tri-State Tornado
- Oklahoma Workers Compensation Rules
- Oklahoma Insurance Department