11 Small Business Insurance Policies Trending In 2022

Liability insurance is no longer optional for small businesses—it’s a necessity.

recent survey shows that 3 in 4 small businesses faced an insurable event in 2020, meaning the time to prepare for an unexpected event is now. One of the best ways to do that is by getting an insurance policy.

You can insure your business the same way you insure your home, your car, and your health. Liability insurance allows you to transfer the cost of covered risks onto an insurance carrier. If you have a claim, this could mean less money out of your pocket and less stress on your business.

Now there are thousands of different insurance policies out there, the same way there are thousands of different small businesses. We’ve narrowed down a list of the most popular insurance policies on the market right now to help you be more proactive in protecting your business.

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