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Insurance For Gas Stations

Owning your own gas station business is a smart investment. The majority of Americans own at least one vehicle or more and half of U.S. households own two or more vehicles. This means gas is always in demand as long as consumers are driving their cars. You put a lot of hard work, time and money into getting your gas station started. Don’t risk losing everything by skimping on your business insurance coverage. Make sure you have the right types and amounts of commercial insurance to protect your company, employees and customers so that you can continue reaping the rewards of your hard work for years to come.

General Liability

General liability insurance protects you from general, everyday hazards and events. For example, it can pay for customer’s expenses if they ever injure themselves while at your gas station. It can also pay reparations if a customer’s property is damaged while on your business property. If the gas pump is damaged and spills gas all over your customer or their vehicle causing fire, your general liability will cover all damages and expenses. It can protect you from losses caused by bursting water pipes or other unexpected problems.

Business Owners Policy (bop)

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A business owners insurance policy (BOP) protects your company from financial hardship and losses of property. A BOP includes general liability coverage and can include a number of different types of asset protection.

WORKERS COMP

You must carry workers compensation insurance for your employees. It is required by law in all states. Workers comp protects your employees from having to pay the medical bills that arise due to injuries caused on the job.

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