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Insurance Question from Deer Park, IL
Asked on 04/03/2012
Business insurance options I just rented a small office as a ltd entity to conduct counseling services out of. I have malpractice insurance but was told I need coverage for personal items and in case a window o something gets broken. I was looking at general liability insurance but that only covers if I get sued for someone falling in the hallway or common area. What options do I have that are not outrageous with cost.
Answer given on April 04, 2012
If you are renting an office for business purposes you can get a Business Owners Policy (BOP) from most of the insurance companies in your area. Often your landlord will require you to provide proof of liability insurance and will want to be named as an additional insured on the policy. This should not be a problem for the insurance company.The policy premium is based upon the location, amount of business property you choose to insure and the liability coverage you purchase. This is a package type of policy so you will need to insure your property and liability. You can also select different deductibles to help keep the costs down. The deductible applies to your business property and not usually to the liability portion. The minimum premiums for these policies vary from around $250 to $500 a year. Check with a few companies before deciding upon which is the better company for your needs.
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