Business interruption insurance
The cost of business interruption insurance depends on the value of your business’s commercial property, as well as its industry and revenue.
Property damage involves the harm, breaking, or impairment of something your business owns. This can include your work vehicles, business property, and items they contain—such as office equipment and merchandise.
Business interruption insurance, also known as business income insurance, is defined as a form of insurance that covers lost income when your business temporarily closes due to a fire, natural disaster, or other covered incident.
Contingent business interruption is a form of small business insurance that provides financial assistance when the loss of a primary supplier, partner, or customer affects your ability to do business.
Most business insurance policies exclude claims related to infectious diseases. A communicable disease rider extends a policy's coverage to fill this gap. Note: Insureon does not offer this rider, but you may find this page helpful in your search for the right coverage.