Business Insurance

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Workers Compensation

Worker’s Comp insurance covers your employees if they become ill or injured on the job. Prices change every year and we are here to make sure you get the best price possible. In California, Worker’s Compensation insurance is required by law.

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General Liability

In today’s era, businesses can be sued for almost anything. You need to protect your assets and business from the hundreds of liabilities. A General liability policy protects you against bodily injury, property damage, medical payements, defense costs, advertising injury, etc. You can never be too careful.GET A QUOTE »
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Umbrella/Excess

Once a policy’s limit is reached, commercial umbrella insurance provides additional coverage for liability claims made on general liability, commercial auto, or employer’s liability insurance.GET A QUOTE »
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Commercial Auto

Commercial Property insurance reimburses an insured party for property that has been damaged or destroyed. There are multiple risks you can insure against for your property.GET A QUOTE »
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Bussiness Owners Policy

A business owner’s policy (BOP) combines property and liability insurance by packaging these coverages into a single insurance policy. This type of packaged business insurance is often a good choice for small businesses and medium-sized businesses, such as restaurants or retail shops.GET A QUOTE »
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Employers Practice Liability

If a business is sued by an employee over wrongful termination or another violation of employee rights, employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) can pay for legal costs.GET A QUOTE »
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Professional Liability

Professional liability insurance helps protect your small business against claims by customers, clients, or other businesses who believe they were harmed because of services or advice your business provided.GET A QUOTE »
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Surety & Fidelity Bond

A Surety bond is a contract among three parties: the obligee – the party who is the recipient of an obligation. The principal- the primary party who will perform the contractual obligation. The surety- who assures the obligee that the principal can perform the task.GET A QUOTE »
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Group Health

Small business owners have many considerations when it comes to choosing a health insurance provider and plan. Health insurance benefits are a top factor in recruiting and retaining small business employeesGET A QUOTE »

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Landscaping

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Tree Trimming

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Contractors

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Janitorial

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Retail

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Transportation

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TOWING

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Manufacturing

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Pallet Dealers

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WAREHOUSE

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Farming

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