So you have general liability insurance, professional liability insurance, worker’s compensation insurance, commercial auto, commercial umbrella, cyber insurance and more -- you think you are all set with a comprehensive business insurance policy.
Do you hire any vehicles to perform work for your company? Do your employees ever use their personal cars to conduct company business? If so, you may have gaps in your insurance coverage.
Oh no … someone hit your car? A tree fell on your house? Your home was robbed? You’re kidding me! At Berry Insurance, we’ve seen it all, and in some cases … we’ve been there ourselves. We know in the moments after one of these disasters strike, it seems like the sky is falling.
20% of businesses are affected by a burglary or theft. 15% of businesses are affected by wind or hail damage. Those are scary numbers. And it’s even scarier when you consider these are only two possible causes of property damage that can completely derail your business.
The leaves are changing colors, the air is becoming crisp, and the sky is getting darker earlier. You know what that means … snow is on the way. While this thought may make many New Englanders cringe, if you make money by snow plowing, you may actually be looking forward to it. But are you actually ready?
There’s an insurance policy for everything nowadays, isn’t there? Well, RVs are no exception. Since recreational “vehicles” are technically vehicles, you might assume you can add it on to your auto insurance policy … and you’d be wrong.