3 Business Interruption Insurance Policies to Save Vermont Businesses
- Jon Shea
- Jun 29, 2017 2:54:25 PM
- Vermont Insurance, Business Interruption Insurance, Business Insurance
Business interruption insurance helps businesses cover unexpected losses of income that are caused by covered incidents. As is the case with most insurances, there are several different types of business interruption coverages. Here’s a look at three available coverages that Vermont businesses, depending on the nature of their operations, may want.
5 Incidents Where Liquor Liability Insurance Can Protect Vermont Businesses
Most businesses in Vermont that sell alcohol to consumers should have liquor liability insurance. This insurance helps protect businesses from alcohol-related accidents they’re held responsible for. Here are five examples of incidents that liquor liability coverage might offer protection against. (Specific coverages vary, and depend on a particular policy’s terms and conditions.)
A Guide to Surety Bond Basics for Small Businesses in Vermont
Surety bonds are used in a variety of situations to provide businesses, governments or individuals with guarantees. The type of surety bond that’s purchased depends on what the bond is being used for. Here are four common types of surety bonds that businesses in Vermont might come across.
Do I Need Comprehensive Coverage for My Car Insurance?
When purchasing car insurance in Bradford, Vermont, drivers have several optional coverages to consider. One option coverage that many drivers select is comprehensive coverage. Here’s how to decide whether this coverage makes sense for you.
Does Contractors Insurance Cover Rented Equipment?
- Jon Shea
- Jun 1, 2017 10:04:42 AM
- Contractors Insurance, New Haven, VT, Vermont Insurance, Business Insurance
While many contractors purchase at least some of the equipment they use, there are situations when it makes sense for a contractor to rent or lease equipment instead of buying it. For instance, renting equipment can help reduce startup costs so new contractors can invest their capital towards other uses. Additionally, both new and established contractors sometimes need a specialized piece of equipment for a one-off project, and renting it is much less expensive than purchasing the equipment. Whatever a contractor's reason for renting equipment is, any contractor that rents or leases equipment should make sure their contractors insurance policy covers the rented equipment.