Business insurance tips
General liability insurance and errors and omissions insurance both protect businesses against common liabilities, but they cover different types of lawsuits.
Both general liability insurance and a business owner's policy provide basic protection for your small business, so which one is right for you? Find out which policy fits best by taking a closer look at their benefits and differences.
A named insured is a person or business entity listed on an insurance policy’s declarations page.
A loss payee is a person or organization listed on an insurance policy’s declarations page that is entitled to receive claim payments before the policy owner due to a financial interest in the insured property.
Prior acts coverage is insurance protection for incidents that happened before you bought your existing claims-made insurance policy.
Opens perils coverage refers to a type of property insurance that covers damage to your possessions from all causes except those your policy specifically excludes.
An insurance adjuster is someone responsible for investigating and settling claims submitted to an insurer.