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Business Insurance

Get the coverage you need so you can focus on your business.

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What Business Insurance coverage options are available?

Whether you’re a contractor, auto dealer, hotel or office owner, restaurant, retail shop or other profession, we can offer a broad range of coverages for your business:

  • Property coverage for your building and business personal property
  • Inland Marine for your equipment or specialized property
  • Commercial Auto for vehicles owned and used for your business
  • General Liability for protection from damages that arise out of your normal operations, products or services
  • Professional Liability for protection if you’re sued for negligence, misrepresentation or inaccurate advice
  • Worker’s Compensation provides benefits to employees who get injured or sick from a work-related cause
  • Business Interruption for loss of income and additional expenses while you get your business running again.
  • Cyber Liability in the event of a cyber-attack to provide coverage for data loss, lost income, or personal identity recovery expenses.
  • Employment Practices Liability to cover wrongful employment acts such as discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination. 
  • …and more!

Ready to talk to us about your business insurance needs?

Call us today at 309.243.1010 to discuss your best options, or request a free quote!


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Things to Know

Did You Know?

The personal auto policy excludes coverage when you use your vehicle for business. This includes delivery or transportation of people for a fee (such as Uber), or if you’re a health care worker driving a patient to the doctor or pharmacy.

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Did You Know?

Many vehicles used solely for personal travel aren’t covered under your personal auto policy because of corporate ownership, vehicle size or higher limit requirements.

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Did You Know?

If you are a sole proprietor, you can be held personally responsible for judgements brought against your business.

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