Business Owner Policy (BOP)

  • General Liability

  • Building

  • Personal Property

  • Income

  • Non-Profit options

Do I need a Business Owner Policy?
Business Insurance BOP
  • If your business has a physical location with assets, then it would be wise to get coverage. Even if you run your business out of your home, a rented or owned office, store or a garage, a BOP is a good investment for protecting assets at your location. 

  • If there is any possibility of you getting sued (customer slipping and falling at your location), a BOP can protect you from out of pocket medical expenses. 

  • You have assets that could get stolen or damaged. From digital assets and customer data, to equipment, furniture, cash or inventory, some assets can be very hard to replace. With BOP Insurance, you don’t have to worry about where the money is coming from in the event you have assets that got stolen or damaged.

Common Classes written include:

 

  • - New Ventures
  • - Hair Stylist/Barbers

  • - Landlord/Lessors Risk (LORs)

  • - Nail Salons

  • - Insurance Agencies

  • - Restaurants

  • - Offices

  • - Online Retail

  • - Retailers

  • - Real Estate Agent/Broker

  • - Wholesale Distributors

  • - Convenience Store (no Gas)

  • - Consultants

  • - Professional (Attorney/Financial/Acct)

  • - Churches

  • - Property Manager (Commercial)

  • - Window Washers

  • - Residential Cleaning Services

  • - Solar Panel Cleaners

  • - Janitorial Businesses

  • - Photographers

  • - Massage Therapist