Where Your Business Property Is & Isn’t Covered, According to Your Insurance

Getting commercial property insurance for your business is a no-brainer, but the things your policy doesn’t cover aren’t as obvious to most small business owners. If you depend on commercial property insurance to protect your business, make sure to reach out to your agent for clarity on what your policy does and does not cover. There could be certain types of damage that are excluded or if your property is in transit often, it may not be covered while on the move.

Learn more about what limitations you should be aware of on Insureon:

Commercial Property Insurance is a cornerstone policy for your business, but it does have limits. Cover your gaps with Inland Marine and Commercial Auto.

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Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Shares Insurance Tips After Storm

Summertime weather brings storms and the start of hurricane season. With increased risk of hail, thunder and flooding, the summer is a good time to review what to do if your home, car or even business is affected by storm damage. 

Mike Rothman, the Minnesota Commerce Commissioner, offers detailed and important information for consumers who face storm damage. His tips are particularly useful for ensuring you file that any necessary insurance claims are properly filed, documented and resolved. 

Navigating the insurance claims process during a stressful time, like after you’ve incurred storm damages, can be stressful but these tips can help eliminate some of the uncertainty. Read more on ABC5 and always consult your insurance agent if you have questions:

Storm damage to your vehicle may be covered by your auto insurance . Whether your vehicle was damaged by hail, a fallen tree or flooding, your loss …

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