Arizona Business Insurance
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Arizona has some unique considerations when it comes to quoting business insurance. The economy of the state is driven largely by tourism during the winter and spring months of the year. As a result, the Arizona business insurance needs of these tourism driven companies varies from month to month. Getting a "one size fits all" business insurance policy is not always the best idea – speaking with a Business Insurance Now agent about customizing your business insurance to fit your needs, however, is a wise investment.
Unique Considerations for Purchasing Insurance for your Arizona Business
When getting quoted on an Arizona business insurance policy, your agent should keep in mind the unique risks associated with doing business in the state. While there might not be too many natural disasters in the state, intense heat during the summertime can lead to an increase in workers compensation claims or strain on electricity supply causing rolling blackouts and data loss. Even if you think that your business might not need coverage in certain areas, discussing your needs with an agent can help you adequately determine your Arizona business insurance risks.
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Let us help you find and bind any of the following coverages:
Business Liability Insurance Package Policy. Often referred to as a Business Owner Policy or "BOP," this General Liability package policy protects your company in the event a client is injured on your premises, or if you or one of your employees causes an injury or property damage at a client's location.
Professional Liability Insurance. Professional Liability or "Errors & Omissions" Insurance provides coverage in the event you are legally obligated to pay for economic damages to your client or a third party caused by your alleged negligent or improper advice -- or other errors or omissions in your work. This coverage is critical for professional services companies.
Workers Compensation Insurance. Required in many states, Workers' Compensation Insurance provides medical and disability coverage for company employees in the event of a work-related illness or injury.
Employment Practices Liability Insurance. EPLI insurance provides the protection you need should one of your employees allege any number of employment practice violations. These violations include age, race or gender discrimination, wrongful termination and sexual harassment. EPLI is essential coverage in today's litigious workplace.