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Insurance Tattoo & Piercing Studios

Owning a tattoo and piercing business can be fun and exciting. Many artistic people who are good at tattooing open their own shop as a way to practice their art while financially supporting their families. Managing the day-to-day business of scheduling, employees, supplies and paperwork can be a daunting part of business. One way to take part of the load off your shoulders so that you have more time to enjoy your art is to make sure you’re carrying the appropriate types of business insurance.

General Liability

General liability insurance helps prevent small problems from becoming much larger. Accidents happen regularly and surprise risks or hazards can wipe out your company finances if you’re not prepared for them. By carrying a broad level of business insurance such as what general liability provides for you, you’ll be protected from having those problems in the first place. A general liability insurance policy grows with your business to provide coverage for new tattoo parlors and new services as you add them.

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$60 A Month
General Liability
Property Coverage
Professional Liability
Workers Compensation
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General Liability Insurance Includes:

Business Owners Policy

All of the broad coverage provided for in your general liability policy is included as part of a business owners policy, or BOP. The BOP is business insurance that focuses on protecting your business assets. You can pick and choose just the right coverage you need for your tattoo and piercing parlor. Examples of the types of protection available include:

Business Auto

Business auto insurance protects you from severe financial hardships that are caused by auto accidents. If a person is injured in the accident, your auto insurance policy can pay the medical bills. This coverage also pays for repairs when property is damaged, and options can be added to protect you from losses caused by theft, fire or natural disasters.

Workers Comp

You are required by law to protect your tattoo and piercing artist employees with workers compensation coverage. This insurance will pay for their medical care and follow-up recovery costs if they are ever injured in an on the job accident.

Umbrella Coverage

An umbrella policy is extra protection. If you max out the limits of your standard business insurance policies, a commercial umbrella package can help provide you with more.

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General Liability (CGL) Workers Compensation Professional Liability Business Owners Policy Commercial Auto Insurance Employment Practices Liability Directors & Officers (D&O) Excess Liability Surety Bonds

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