Commercial Package Policy

Insurance coverages can be packaged together to create a commercial package policy, such as General Liability, Property, Work Comp and Auto. Depending on the needs of the insured additional coverages can be added by endorsement.

The difference between a Business Owners Policy (BOP) and a Commercial Package Policy is a BOP Policy is limited to specific small businesses and may automatically include coverages related a specific type of business. A package policy can be customized to cover a wide range of business types and additional coverages can be added individually. A package policy can also accommodate higher limits and more complex risks.

Types of Businesses

  • Manufacturing
    • Primary metal, fabricated metal and machinery, textiles, leather and apparel, wood, paper, printing, computer and electronics, electrical equipment, appliances and components, plastics and rubber, food, beverage, furniture, and miscellaneous manufacturing
  • Service
    • Janitorial, health care, tradeshow I&D, advertising, landscaping, architects & building design, window washer, florists, funeral homes, auto body repair, auto service, fitness centers, animal kennels, banking, music and art instruction/schools, catering, physical therapy, delivery service, and more
  • Office
    • Lawyers, real estate, insurance, accounting, engineers, medical
  • Mercantile
    • Retail, wholesale, supermarkets, clothing, auto parts, bakery, fast food, restaurants, electronics, furniture, convenience stations, gas stations, office supply, crafts
  • Institutional
  • Condo/Townhome Associations
  • Industrial
  • Contractors
    • Electrical, plumbing, HVAC, home builders and remodelers, roofing, masonry, paving, concrete, painters, and flooring
  • And, more...

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