Business owner's policy
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.
Find out how commercial insurance policies differ and which ones will benefit your business.
A business owner’s policy (BOP) is defined as the combination of two important forms of insurance – commercial property and general liability – into one convenient package. Business owner’s policies usually cost less than buying the two coverages separately.
A business owner’s policy combines protection from property and liability risks in one package. A BOP protects businesses from common lawsuits with general liability insurance and covers business property with commercial property insurance.