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Catering Insurance in Nevada

You can save up to 25% in discounts on business insurance.*

Catering insurance
Nevada catering insurance that's customized just for you

Nevada catering insurance that's customized just for you

NEXT makes it easy for you to save on all the insurance you need to protect your catering business in Nevada. Business insurance packages for catering businesses in Nevada often include:

  • General liability
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Commercial property

You can save up to 25% on catering business insurance in Nevada

You can pay for your insurance monthly or annually and you can cancel instantly at any time.

Basic
Lowest Price
General Liability
Per occurrence
$500,000
Workers’ Comp
Per accident
$100,000
Commercial Property
Per occurrence
$25,000
PRO
Most Popular
General Liability
Per occurrence
$1 million
Workers’ Comp
Per accident
$500,000
Commercial Property
Per occurrence
$25,000
PRO PLUS
Best Coverage
General Liability
Per occurrence
$1 million
Workers’ Comp
Per accident
$1 million
Commercial Property
Per occurrence
$25,000
We specialize in providing the right type of catering insurance for small businesses in Nevada
NEXT is made for entrepreneurs, hustlers and catering business owners in Nevada who like to stay covered and save money.
General Liability

General Liability

Bought by 95% of business owners like you
General liability insurance covers the risks that affect almost every catering business. It’s the most common insurance for small businesses and entrepreneurs, and it’s typically the first policy purchased by new businesses.

general liability can help you pay for:

Medical payments
Property damage
Legal fees and judgments
Workers' Compensation

Workers' Compensation

For business owners who hire employees
Workers’ compensation insurance provides a safety net for catering business owners and their employees after a workplace injury. It can help cover expenses for medical treatment, lost wages and other costs. You’re required to purchase coverage in most states as soon as you hire your first employee.

workers compensation can help you pay for:

Medical expenses
Lost wages
Employer liability
Commercial Property

Commercial Property

For business owners who own or rent physical spaces
Commercial property insurance is one of the most common types of small business insurance catering owners buy because of the different types of coverage it offers. It helps with replacement or repair costs if property is stolen or damaged due to a covered event, such as a burst water pipe, fire or vandalism.

commercial property can help you pay for:

Damaged equipment and inventory
Lost income
Operating expenses
How much should a catering in Nevada expect to pay for business insurance?

How much should a catering in Nevada expect to pay for business insurance?

Running a small business is a 24/7 job. That’s why NEXT makes it quick and painless to get the right coverage that’s customized exactly to your needs. A catering business in Nevada has unique needs and we tailor our policy based on:

  • How many people are on your payroll
  • The state and city in which you work
  • The kind of work you do
  • The number and types of vehicles you use for work

It usually costs about $17 each month for business insurance for catering business in Nevada.

When you save up to 25% in discounts on business insurance, you can afford to invest in growing your small business. We’re here to make sure you always have the right amount and kind of coverage.

Catering insurance requirements in Nevada

Catering insurance requirements in Nevada

Small business owners are almost always required to have insurance due to the risk of injury and property damage. You might need insurance to:

  • Help pay for accidents that cause damage to property that isn’t yours.
  • Defend yourself. If you’re accused of making a mistake that causes someone to lose money.
  • Hire employees. Most states require workers’ compensation insurance if you have employees.
  • Drive for business purposes. Business-owned vehicles typically need commercial auto insurance.
  • Repair or replace commercial property you own or rent. Protect your inventory, equipment and even the building that you lease or own.

Frequently asked questions about catering business insurance

Here are some of the most common questions we get about catering business insurance. If you don’t find the answers you need here, our licensed, U.S.-based insurance advisors are standing by to help via online chat or phone.

Does NEXT Insurance offer catering business insurance in Nevada?

Yes, NEXT Insurance offers tailored catering business insurance in Nevada.

Does NEXT Insurance offer Commercial Property coverage for catering business in Nevada?

Yes, NEXT Insurance offers General Liability, Commercial Auto, Workers' Compensation, Commercial Property coverage for catering business in Nevada.

How does business insurance protect caterers?

Our catering service insurance packages are designed to protect your business from a variety of risks and help you save money to grow your business. You’ll be protected from financial losses related to:

Damage to someone’s property

A busser accidently damages counter tops at an event space with your hot pans. The general liability coverage in your insurance package would help pay for repairs.

Accidents that hurt someone

A guest at an event gets a burn from a buffet chafing dish that requires medical attention. Your general liability coverage would also come into play here by helping to pay for medical costs and legal fees.

Workplace injuries 

A server trips over a guest’s foot and sprains their ankle. Workers’ compensation coverage with business owner’s coverage can help cover medical bills and lost wages. Workers’ comp is usually required by law if you have employees.

Injuries and damage involving your business vehicles

A driver in front of you stops short to avoid a collision and you rear end them with your catering van. Commercial auto coverage will help pay for the repairs and medical bills. This coverage is also usually required by law for business-owned vehicles.

Damage to your own property

A grease fire breaks out and damages most of your facility’s kitchen. Commercial property insurance can help with replacement or repair costs if your owned or leased property is damaged due to a covered event, such as a burst water pipe, fire, tornado or vandalism.

How can I get a certificate of insurance?

You’ll have instant access to your certificate of insurance 24/7 from your computer or mobile device when you purchase coverage with Next. There’s no waiting for anyone, no need to print anything and definitely no fax machines. If you’re a new or current Next Insurance customer, all you need to do is log in to your account and your Live Certificate delivers you the proof of insurance you need instantly, for free. You can easily share your COI with anyone via email, text message or a social media post. We provide unlimited certificates and you can also add an additional insured for free. If you decide to change your coverage, your certificate will be automatically updated. Find out more details about your certificate of insurance

What do I need to get an insurance quote online?

We keep it simple and straightforward so you can find the coverage that’s right for you within a few minutes. When you start a quote for insurance, we’ll ask you a few basic questions about your business, including: the kind of services you provide, the location of your office or where you plan to work, how many people you employ and how much you pay them and the number and type of vehicles you use for work.

How does the claims process work with NEXT Insurance?

  • If you’re a policyholder, you can file a claim any time by logging in to your account at www.nextinsurance.com and clicking the “File a claim” under the "About us" tab. You can expect a call from us shortly after you submit a claim to go over the details.
  • If you do not have a policy with us and are filing against one of our policyholders, you can head over to our website at www.nextinsurance.com, select “Help Center” under our “Support” tab, and under “Quick Actions for Customers” click where it says ”Not a policyholder and want to file a claim?”
  • If you cannot access your online account and require help from our support team, please visit our online help center.

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