Liability insurance is a good start to making sure you’re covered but you can also customize your business insurance to protect your business property, your employees and your vehicles.
We typically recommend:
Commercial Property insurance for restaurants
Restaurant owners can buy property insurance to help protect business equipment, inventory, furniture and the commercial structures they own.
Property insurance can help cover costs if your business property is damaged due to a covered event, such as a burst water pipe or fire.
It can also help to replace inventory, such as spoiled food after a power outage.
Learn more about commercial property insurance.
Workers’ Compensation for restaurants
Workplace injuries happen more frequently than you might think, especially when you’re working in the fast-paced food service industry.
Workers’ comp can help pay for medical bills after a workplace injury or illness. It can also help to cover lost wages while the employee is recovering.
You can also add owner’s coverage to your policy to protect yourself.
This coverage is required for businesses with employees in every state except Texas.
Learn more about workers’ comp.
Commercial Auto insurance for restaurants
You’ll need commercial auto insurance in most states if you have vehicles that are titled to your business. It can also protect your personal vehicle if you use it for business purposes, such as deliveries and transporting catering equipment.
Commercial auto coverage can help pay for expenses after an accident and repair costs if your work vehicle is damaged.
Learn more about commercial auto.
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