Business Insurance for
Insurance for Offices
Owning an office building allows you to earn income from the business needs of other companies. If you rent office space instead, there are a number of legal responsibilities you must meet in order to keep your office lease valid. Protect your company assets and keep your lease in good standing by making sure you’re carrying the right types of small business insurance.
General liability is an all-around broad level of business insurance protection. It’s designed to protect your offices from suffering financially when accidents and unexpected events happen. If you lease your company offices, your landlord will require you to carry a general liability policy just in case accidents happen that cause damage to the office. This insurance grows as your company does so that you’re protected when you upgrade your offices or open new locations.