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If you’re like us, then you’re probably looking at 2024 with some slight trepidation on what exactly the new year will have to offer. And believe us, we get it. Entering the new year can feel as daunting as it is exciting when we don’t know exactly what the year has in store for us.
With New England winters fast approaching, towns have already begun posting listings to hire local drivers who own snow plow equipment. However, before you go accepting any jobs, it’s important to know if and how you will be covered by your insurance.
As a business owner, we know that there are many factors you have to consider when properly insuring your business and employees. This is especially the case if your business has expanded to include delivery, company cars, or other auto-based services that need to be covered through a commercial auto insurance policy.
Getting in a car accident and having to file a claim is one of the more stressful issues to have to deal with. But it can become even more stressful when you realize expensive business or personal property was also affected.
Navigating the dynamic landscape of a business's operations can be a lot to juggle for any business owner. As your business evolves, so do your risks and needs - making it important to know when you should update your insurance policy for accurate coverage.