Businesses need special protections to prosper.
Every business is unique and requires insurance that's tailored to cover the specific risks it faces. No matter what kind of business you run, our independent agents have the knowledge and expertise to identify ways to properly insure your company.
We represent some of the most competitive insurance companies on the market today, all of which offer outstanding business insurance products and competitive rates. We take pride in our ability to interview our carriers efficiently and create an effective, fair-priced insurance program for your business based on our knowledge and research.
Typical Business Insurance Policies
With all the options that are available, choosing the right type of coverage for your business can be confusing. Voldico makes it easy.
Our independent agents will help you assess the needs of your business and compare policies from several trusted carriers, so you can find coverage that is affordable and effective.
Here are some of the most common types of business insurance:
General liability insurance is a broad commercial policy that covers the general liability exposures of a business. This can include product liability, completed operations, premises and operations, and personal and advertising injury.
Business auto insurance provides for bodily injury liability and property damage, as well as for injuries/damages the policyholder causes to someone else when operating a company automobile.
Commercial property insurance is the most common type of business insurance. It may include coverages such as building, flood, business personal property, business income, Electronic Data Processing (EDP), and Business Owners Policy (BOP).
Commercial umbrella helps protect your business assets by providing liability limits above and beyond your other policies.
Workers’ compensation coverage pays for medical care and physical rehabilitation of employees injured at work and helps replace lost wages while they are unable to work.
A bond is a written promise that an insurance company will protect your assets and back up the promises made by someone else.